According to excavations, the cherry was already known to prehistoric man.
Ancient legendaries link its introduction to Europe with the Roman general Lucullus, who found it and fell in love with it in Giresun (Kerasun in Latin) on the Black Sea, who named the fruit and the tree after this city (this is where the root of the word comes from in several languages), and who trained gardeners also brought from this campaign, who knew how to take care of the plant. (Interestingly, in the Middle East, its seeds used to be the most famous, used as a spice).
The wild cherry is indigenous to Hungary, and the various varieties have been bred since the Middle Ages.
The cherry has been used as a symbol by humanity for a long time, the meaning of which has been constantly modified throughout history and also differs from region to region.
– In Japan
-long ago, the cherry tree and its blossoms were the symbol of the duality of the samurai: hardness (trunk) and tenderness (flower).
– Metaphorically, it is also a symbol of the cycle of transitory life (the tree blooms for a short time) and rebirth (spring).
– Sakura, the cherry blossom festival, is also the beginning of Japanese togetherness and the start of a new school and business year, which is crowned by hanami – flower viewing – combined with a picnic.
– Cherry blossom in China
– the power and
– embodies female beauty.
– Love and
– in recent times, it has also become a symbol of female autonomy and independence.
Cheresznye EdP, i.e. Eau de Parfum, encapsulates this refined, feminine scent, which, due to its high concentration of fragrance, makes our skin smell like cherries for 5-6 hours.
How to use:
For a good scent all day, spray behind the ear, on the inside of the wrist, in the bend of the knee and elbow, i.e. on the pulse points. The fragrance combines with the individual scent of our skin and thus forms a unique aroma.
The perfume is stored in a cool place, protected from sunlight, so that it retains its quality.
Alcohol, Aqua, Parfum, Lavandula Angustifolia Oil, Isopropyl Alcohol, Linalool**, Limonene**, Coumarin, Cinnamal, Eugenol
a natural component of the essential oil