One of the world’s oldest pharmacies, Santa Maria Novella was founded in 1221 in Florence by the Dominican Friars who started making herbal remedies and potions to use in the monastery. Their reputation became world renowned and the pharmacy, sponsored by the Grand Duke of Tuscany, opened to the public in 1612. Today, Santa Maria Novella still produces all its products in the Florentine region, where each batch is handmade and supervised according to age old recipes and artisan methods.
Santa Maria Novella’s Melograno fragrance is redolent of its namesake pomegranate tree, a warm blend of sweet floral and oriental notes. Pomegranate trees originated in Persia and spread throughout the Mediterranean, where it is a symbol of abundance. One of the eight iconic fragrances that are Santa Maria Novella's Firenze 1221 Collection.
Top notes: bergamot, bitter orange, fresh spices. Middle: pomegranate accord, rose, ylang-ylang. Base: oakmoss, labdanum, patchouli, musk.
100ml / 3.3 oz. Spray dispenser.