Liquo by Angela Ciampagna

Named after the Latin word for potion, Liquo’s scent profile hinges on the use of the licorice root, a plant which is abundant in the Italian village of Atri where Angela Ciampagna’s workshop is based.

The fragrance is defined by the juice’s wonderfully vivid green colour and the recognisable licorice tang’s interplay with the dry and brittle note of hay that conjures up visions of  wheat swaying slightly in the summer breeze. 

Luca Turin on Liquo.


Also part of those editor's picks and sample packs:

Perfumes Luca Turin Loved. 2016 Edit

Halloween Dare-to-Wear Special

Vanilla et Co edit and sample pack


Please note: only the 100ml bottles come with the ornate rosario lid (pictured).

The 50ml bottles do not.