Eau de Hongrie Eau de Parfum
Eau de Hongrie Eau de Parfum is a fragrance by Viktoria Minya. The notes of this fragrance are Lemon, grapefruit, clove, jasmine, honey, sandalwood, immortelle, labdanum, musk, tonka bean and Tokaji Aszu wine.
Viktoria Minya’s Eau de Hongrie is the revisité version of the famous Eau de la Reine de Hongrie (Water of the Queen of Hungary). The original Eau de la Reine de Hongrie was the first modern perfume referenced ever. According to the legend, the perfume was a gift from an angel and gave back youth and beauty to the aging Elisabeth in the 14th century, hence the Polish king fell in love and married her.
In the 1300’s the juice smelled pretty much smelled like rosemary tincture, so Minya decided to come up with a modern context of the famous scent. Today Hungary’s famous Tokaji Aszú ( Tokaji Essence ) represents a world wide appreciated dessert wine with proven medical benefits, this is why Eau de Hongrie evokes the honeyed aroma of this precious wine specialty.
Lovers of gourmands and Tokaji Aszu alike will delight in the floating honey notes of Eau de Hongrie. It is truly a bewitching elixir, capable of making one drunk just upon smelling. Glittering citrus notes shape the opening of the scent, followed by smooth balsamic labdanum and immortelle. A soft buzz of clove and a grounding sandalwood base finish it off, and all the time there is the glow of honey – warm and heavenly, as if it were dropped from the hands of an angel.
It is represented in a unique wine-shaped bottle with the black textured wooden box.