Yerbamate by Lorenzo Villoresi Perfume. Introduced in 2001 by Italian designer Lorenzo Villoresi Firenze, Yerbamate is a green and aromatic unisex
fragrance that blends bright citruses with tea, herbs and florals. Lemon and tart-sweet mandarin sprinkled with mint leaf, green tea and rosewood lead, blending into a warm, sensuous heart of ylang-ylang and lavender fused with mate and fresh-cut hay. The base notes of French labdanum, oak moss and patchouli mingle with woody vetiver and galbanum to
form a clean yet rich and lingering finish.
The niche Italian perfume house Lorenzo Villoresi Firenze was established in 1990. A journey to the Middle East was a transformative time during which Villoresi discovered a passion for spices, essential oils and other precious ingredients. He released his first line of fragrances in 1990, which was a home collection of scented candles, room scents and potpourri. The brand soon branched out to creating exquisite perfumes and colognes for women and men, and in 2006 Villoresi won the prestigious "Prix François Coty" in Paris.