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Jacomo de Jacomo Original

Jacomo de Jacomo, an emblematic fragrance in the world of perfumes with its smoky leather notes.

Discover the elegant and authentic world of Jacomo de Jacomo, a powerful, creative fragrance.


Lavender, also called Lavandula Angustifolia, is a flower cultivated in numerous areas in the south of France, in Provence. The origins of this flower, appreciated for its scent, can be traced back to the Romans who used it to perfume baths.
French production of lavender essential oil was a significant factor in the establishment of perfumeries in the Grasse region.


Cinnamon is a spice derived from the Ceylon cinnamon tree produced mainly in Sri Lanka. The cinnamon is generally harvested early in the morning in springtime, during the rainy season.
This traditional substance is used in perfume-making for the warm, powerful notes it gives to the fragrance.


Also called Pelargonium Graveolens, geranium is a plant that grows in the wild. The countries in which geraniums are cultivated are: Madagascar, Egypt and China. Geranium is a traditional substance used in perfume-making, particularly in men’s fragrances.

The eau de toilette, Jacomo de Jacomo Original

Jacomo de Jacomo Original, the iconic Eau de Toilette of the Jacomo's House. The power and elegance of this woody, spicy fragrance is a classic of French perfumes.