Jacomo De Jacomo by Jacomo, Available in a black bottle, Jacomo De Jacomo cologne is a highly masculine fragrance. It first came out in 1980.
Its scent composition consists of an array of exquisite notes, including galbanum, rosemary, basil, cardamom, lavender, grapefruit, lime, geranium, rosewood, sage, cumin, clove, cinnamon, patchouli, cyclamen, plum tree, musk, amber, iris, cedar, cypress and evernia.
The origins of Jacomo date back to the 1960s. Two friends, James Kaplan and Gerard Courtin, met in New York and realized they should open their own fashion boutique. They did exactly that, and it became a go-to destination for anyone seeking out the latest trends. The company soon made its way into fragrances in 1970 with the release of its first cologne. In 1995, the brand house was acquired by Sarbec Cosmetics.
Christian Mathieu is the nose behind this cologne. In addition to making fragrances for this brand, he has also worked for Kenzo and Lancome.