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Lavender, Bergamot, Cinnamon
Burberry London for Men (2006) is a floral and spicy fragrance with a light tinge of tobacco and wood. Become a real man worthy of admiration and attention. You will be impossible to overlook with the classic notes full of the most masculine essences. Enter the world of Burberry and you find yourself in a crowded city that never sleeps! London for Men (2006) was inspired by one of the most beautiful spots on Earth, London. Absorb the unique atmosphere of the metropolis that stands out with its unique style and charm. You will never get lost in the world with Burberry London for Men (2006)!
Bold accords of bergamot, lavender, cinnamon and pepper will gently settle down on your skin and turn you into an adventurer who knows all about the world. Traditional masculine notes of leather and mimosa flower deliciously mingle with heady and sweet Port wine that gives the whole fragrance a stamp of perfection. Guaiac wood, myrrh and tobacco give London for Men (2006) a slightly exotic tinge. This strong and distinctively spicy fragrance will make you company for an unbelievably long time.
The Burberry brand and England. Two concepts that are inseparable. The typical checked pattern has been typical for the Burberry brand since the early 20th century and it can be found on almost all its fragrances. A common feature of the perfumes by this famous English brand is a simple British style accompanied by exclusive essences from all around the world. Burberry London for Men (2006), created to celebrate the English metropolis, is no exception. Fall in love with the expression of luxury and flawless masculinity that is encased in the brown cube of London for Men (2006)!
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?