Capture the uplifting and sophisticated elegance of Earl Grey tea on a bright summers day.
A green orange, bergamot grows 'neath azure skies in citrus groves close to the city of Bergamo, Italy.
Only produced for its rind used in the tea and for its essential oil, bergamot enjoyed fame in the 1980’s when added to suntan oils that quickly browned the skin because of its phototoxic action that turns skin blotchy if exposed to sunlight during the 12 hours after use.
A must for any gal with a tendency towards melancholy moods, bergamot is a party in a bottle.
Mouthwateringly sassy the slightest whiff tempts you to shuffle your skirt and break into a salsa.
It's flirty and cheeky with a convivial personality that makes everyone want a piece of her action.