Fresh, unisex scent of cactus flower, cedarwood, and mint
Fueguia 1833 Cactus Azul is a fresh, unisex scent that is often an excellent starting point for those who become Fueguia devotees: it’s approachable, but with a unique profile, and it settles easily on the skin.
In developing this fragrance, creator Julian Bedel was inspired by a particular species of cactus that grows in Chile, Argentina, and Bolivia — Echinopsis Atacamensis. He writes, “In the south of South America, along the coast of Uruguay, is a garden that faces the sea. In that garden, a cactus flower grows. It is dressed by sunlight, and this is its aroma.” What we frequently hear in our SF studio whenever anyone hears this description and smells this fragrance: “Yes! I get it. I smell that.”
Cactus Azul’s key note is the cactus flower, with a hint of mint for freshness and cedarwood that adds to the body of the experience. This aromatic green perfume is often shared by couples.
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 Cactus Azul 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: Aromatic
Secondary Olfactory Family: Green
Tonic note: Cactus Flower
Dominant note: Cedarwood
Sub Dominant: Nanah Mint