J.F. Schwarzlose TREFFPUNKT 8 UHR Travelsize

€30,00

Meeting point 8 a.m. - the second reinterpretation of a J.F. Schwarzlose classics are like memories of Berlin flirts and love stories.

The exciting vetiver fragrance has borne its name for a long time. In the golden twenties it stood for the legendary Berlin nights, in which the art scene met. Celebrities like Marlene Dietrich or Josephine Baker were welcome guests in the city's clubs and contributed to the glamor of the scene. Meeting point 8 a.m. was considered as a sporty men's fragrance at the time. That didn't stop the French dancer and actress Josephine Baker from wearing it. Today the fragrance is officially a unisex perfume and convinces with the fresh ginger and mango chord in the top note and the seductive vetiver heart in the base note. The anticipation of the date, which is hidden in the name, could not be better represented olfactively!

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About J.F. Schwarzlose

Unlike France, Italy or England, Germany has only a few perfume houses with a long tradition. In the luxury sector, J.F. Schwarzlose is Germany's only historic perfume house that is still active today. As a supplier to the royal and imperial courts, the brand is renowned for creating iconic fragrances such as 1A- 33, Trance, Rosa Centifolia, Treffpunkt 8 Uhr (Rendezvous at 8 o'clock) and many more. Schwarzlose created the 'must have' scents during Berlins ‘golden’, roaring 1920s, one of the first perfume campaign featuring a celebrity (starring movie star Edmonde Guy). Today the brand views its rich tradition as a commitment to create unique products with substance - relevant, authentic concepts and original, innovative scents. Everything is developed and made by hand near the historical Schwarzlose location in Berlin Moabit.