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Antonio Puig

Quorum by Antonio Puig is a woody Aromatic fragrance for men. In 1982 the Quorum was launched. Top notes are caraway, artemisia, bergamot, grapefruit and lemon; middle notes are cyclamen, carnation, pine tree, patchouli, sandalwood and jasmine; base notes are leather, oakmoss, tobacco and amber.

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Antonio Puig or the Meaning of Intuition

This brand is almost one hundred years old. Its commitment to innovation created during the years a very solid and competent tradition in the field of perfumery and cosmetics. The first lipstick in Spain or the incredibly complicated nuances and notes of Agua Brava are signs of a company that found the way to success on its own. Today, Puig perfumes render an entire list of attributes and references: strong, gentle, complicated, highly individualized, discreet, incisive, casual, elaborated are but a few of the names one could assign to these products.

Antonio Puig perfumes are defined by an excellent balance between base and top notes. Each and every product works as a duet between two extremes: the first bouquet that becomes obvious from the first contact, and a very complicated set of notes that lay in the background. As such, these perfumes are perfect for daily use and are generally associated to urban life. Clean notes and well defined scents help you better determine the way you want to look for an entire day. Also, note that you don't need to use these perfumes extremely often, as they last longer than most of their counterparts.

Boxes and bottles advertised by Puig are generally focused on superb color schemes that are discreet enough for every taste. As such, they are the perfect addition in your bathroom and bedroom. Bottles are capacious enough and can be easily carried with you in your purse. Remark the elegant golden letters that have become almost a tradition for this brand. They are a sign of elegance and distinction in a world suffocated by products of questionable design.

The product that made this company famous is Agua Brava. Back in 1968, this company started to advertise this perfume, based on the idea that freshness should be accompanied by strong notes, equally relevant on the skin. This is why lemongrass, sage, and laurel leaf are surrendered by intense notes of lavender, bergamot and patchouli. The success of this perfume was so obvious that it pushed this company at an international level as far as visibility and popularity are concerned.