4711 Cologne by 4711, Originally named Eau de Cologne when it was created, 4711 was the handiwork of Johann Maria Farina before he sold the rights and licenses to the design house of Muelhens in 1792. The fragrance is described as a refined fruity aroma intended to refresh the senses rather than leaving a strong perfume-filled trail.
Fragrance Family: Fruity
Scent Type: Fresh
Notes: Tart and fresh citrus create a lovely blend of scents when you experience the fragrance of 4711 Cologne. Top notes of orange, bergamot, lemon and grapefruit swirl into a mix of heart notes that includes rosemary and rose. Bold base notes of musk, petitgrain, sandalwood and neroli give it a smooth finish.
Suggested Use: For long-lasting fragrance that you can carry throughout the day and to minimize the need for reapplying, focus on your pulse points behind your ears, at the base of your neck and on your wrists as well as warmer areas of the body, such as behind the knees and inside the elbow. These are the best places to apply your fragrance since the scent intensifies by the warmth of your body.