Gucci Flora 1966 is a sheer floral chypre blending elegance with sensual charisma. A bloom that flourishes from the purest white to the richest red makes for a truly romantic flower. In Imperial China the peony was celebrated as the queen of flowers, symbolising natural abundance. This flower conveys a certain freshness, a spice, an intangible something that it is impossible to pin down: the scent of beauty itself.
- Top notes: Bourbon Pepper and Bergamot.
- Middle notes: Rose and Peony.
- Base notes: Patchouli, Vetiver and Musk.