Lavanda Coldinava, a noble tradition in perfumery, is a cologne distilled from ancient methods using only Mediterranean lavender flowers, a classic freshness ever since 1920.
It was the distant 1916, at the height of the Great War, when it began the harvest of this wild plant, which grows spontaneously in the Maritime Alps above the eight hundred meters, creating an important economic resource for the mountain families of the West.
In 1932, the transition to industry: was created by the company Niggi the "Lavanda Coldinava" (above a historical poster), where the gold cap was to distinguish the essence of lavender, while the white metal cap the water of lavender that was often used to perfume the grandmother's linen and bridal outfits. In order to defend itself from the competition and guarantee the crops, the Niggi, an ancient distillery, paid the collectors even during periods of detention from work.
Directions for use: Spray the perfume by placing the bottle at least 12-18 cm away from the chest or body. Point the nozzle at the point where you will vaporize it. If your skin gets wet when you spray the perfume, the bottle is too close. For a stronger fragrance, apply the perfume on the pulse points: neck, nape, wrist, forearm and behind the ears.