Warda - Fragrance refill
Warda - Fragrance refill
Warda - Fragrance refill
Warda - Fragrance refill
Warda - Fragrance refill


Fragrance refill

€70,00 Sale Save
formato 250 ml

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Born from the smells of Garda’s green hills with their many olive trees, this fragrance is inspired by our wonderful natural surroundings.
An essence where the citrusy head notes of bergamot, bitter orange and citronella are perfectly balanced with the real protagonists in this blend: the persistent notes of Olive and Cedar Wood, choice woods and mosses.


Bergamot, bitter orange, citronella


Violetta, jasmin, rose


Olive wood, cedar wood, amber, notes of wood and musk

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Often bought together with

  1. Remember to use all the sticks supplied with your chosen fragrance.
  2. At first use, leave the sticks to soak in the fragrance for an hour and then turn them upside down.
  3. To regulate the fragrance’s intensity, turn all or some of the sticks daily or more often, as preferred.

The lifetime of a fragrance depends on the size of the room where it is used, its temperature, the amount of sunlight and any draughts which may speed up evaporation.
However, here are some hints for making your fragrance last longer:

  1. Obtain a refill of the same fragrance and use it to keep the liquid level at around 70% full at all times. This will prevent excessive oxygen in the bottle from accelerating the evaporation rate
  2. Keep the fragrance well away from heat sources
  3. Choose the right bottle size for the area to be perfumed
  1. Place the fragrance diffuser at head height.
  2. For medium-sized rooms, place the diffuser in the middle of the room so the air will move around, circulating the fragrance, when people pass.
  3. For large rooms, use two diffusers at opposite sides of the room to be perfumed.

As a rough guide, TERRE DEL GARDA 500ml room fragrances are able to cover rooms from 5 to 20 square metres, with an average persistence of 6/7 months.