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Beauty Code: BUR0181
This product is a TESTER.
Testers are special versions composed of the same ingredients as the original product. They are packed in a white box and usually don’t come with a spray cap.
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Ginger, Bergamot, Tangerine, Grapefruit, Green Notes
Patchouli, Cedar, Rose
Vetiver, Tonka Beans, Mahogany, Musk
Burberry Brit Summer perfume is a summer, fresh-oriental fragrance for men, inspired by English summer. Designed for self-confident, yet humble men, who are aware of their uniqueness, this light and intoxicating aroma will liven up your summer and refresh you.
představuje letní svěže-orientální vůni pro muže, která byla inspirována anglickým létem. Je určena pro muže, kteří jsou sebevědomí, avšak skromní, a zároveň jsou si vědomí své jedinečnosti. Lehká a omamná vůně zpestří vaše léto a dodá vám to pravé osvěžení.
The perfumes by Burberry have become famous all over the world just like this brand in general, and they are extremely popular for their classic, yet unique aromas characterized by elegance and perfect style. Burberry Brit Summer is a light version of the original Brit fragrance to refresh you. An aroma as light as sea breeze, bringing a wave of easy summer days.
The aroma opens with cooling lime, juicy mandarin, cardamom, and spicy ginger. Its heart is full of chords of the intoxicating aroma of patchouli and cedar wood in combination with sweet rose. Its base is built on a combination of animal musk, vetiver, and tonka beans.
Enjoy this stylish and unique aroma of summer with Burberry Brit Summer!
Burberry was born back in 1856, when 21 year old Thomas Burberry opened a small fashion shop in the English Hampshire. Burberry is one of many British fashion brands, and all the more valuable. Little did Burberry know that a great deal of well-deserved wealth awaited him. In the 1950s, Burberry was a universal brand and became the main supplier for Queen Elizabeth II.
Burberry was the choice of fragrance for Prince Charles of Wales in 1989. What better way of promoting a brand is there than by having it flaunted by royalty?