The 'Cologne 1920' collection is a tribute to the founding year of fragrance house "Jardin de France".
The company was actually founded in 1920 under the name of "la Parfumerie du Jardin de la France" by M. Bonneau in Amboise by the Loire river. At the time the area was already known for its magnificent gardens and beautiful castles.
Bonneau has dedicated himself in particular to the production of Eaux de Cologne, vegetable body lotions and flower essences, which still characterise the tradition of the house today.
Even though the company has now moved along the Loire river to Bourbon-Lancy and Bertrand Sonnier, a young and dynamic entrepreneur, has joined the management, the company remains true to its roots: according to traditional recipes, they still work with the finest raw materials in traditional craftsmanship.
Jardin de France is still one of the few French fragrance houses with its own (in-house) perfumer: Justine Baligand-Brivet was born in Burgundy and is responsible for the new creations of Jardin de France - especially in the area of Niche Perfumery. She also conserves the old recipes and refines them in a contemporary way.
With its monothematic fragrances and retro chic bottles, the 'Cologne 1920' collection is perfect to be used as a gift or a small souvenir. In classical French tradition, there is also a large splash bottle with attachable atomizer, as the French love to use their Colognes generously and definitely more than once daily.
The Eaux de Cologne 'Cologne 1920' by Jardin de France are available at your Perfume Art Shop Holger Dubben - specialist shop for extraordinary fragrances and exclusive cosmetics - in Cologne.
Our highlight: "Rêve de Chèvrefeuille" - a light, floral cologne based on honeysuckle - a rare classic