Delicate floral fragrance with magnolia, jasmine, sandalwood
Fueguia 1833 Agua Magnoliana is a delicate, feminine floral fragrance that is a best seller for the brand worldwide — something that we understood immediately when we first smelled it. It is a crowd pleaser in the best way possible: not because it’s least-common-denominator, but because it is so beautifully surprising, appealingly sophisticated, and undeniably lovely.
Agua Magnoliana’s main note and inspiration is the subtle, graceful scent of the magnolia, a gigantic tree in the Amazon: the guardian of the rainforest. The genus Magnolia includes about 100 deciduous or evergreen trees and shrubs that grow in South America, Central America, and the eastern US. Its delicately scented flowers bloom in early to late spring, either while its large green leaves are emerging or once the trees are fully leaved.
This is gorgeous fragrance captures the beauty of this Amazonian plant and the freshness of that moment in time; middle and initial notes of jasmine and sandalwood add complexity without headiness or heaviness. It’s purely, simply beautiful — and so objectively lovely that it makes a wonderful gift.
The full size (50 ml) is hand-filled in glass in Italy, then packaged by hand in Fueguia’s iconic wooden box. Each limited-edition batch of Agua Magnoliana is unique, and your bottle — one of only 400 just like it — will be engraved with a specific year and batch number.
Main Olfactory Family: Floral
Secondary Olfactory Family: Citric