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In a world that seems to change at whirlwind speed, the timeless scent of Tosca has remained constant. The German designer creates the signature Tosca fragrance using the same unique formula originally developed in 1921.
Named for the famous opera by Giacomo Puccini, Tosca uses flowery, fresh ingredients to deliver notes that convey intense emotion, embodying luxury, nobility and classic femininity. Tosca’s classic composition includes blends of bergamot, lemon, rose, jasmine, ylang ylang, patchouli and vanilla.
1921 was an important year in the history of perfumery. Newly discovered aldehydes were used to create mysterious, complex aromas, and Tosca was one of the first fragrances to take advantage of the advancement.
In late 2006, the Germany perfume house Maurer and Wirtz acquired the Tosca fragrance brand. Maurer and Wirtz was founded in 1845 and is still run by a fifth generation member of the Wirtz family. The company began as a manufacturer of household soaps and detergents. In 1938, Maurer and Wirtz added male grooming products, including aftershave and eau de cologne, to its expanding line.
The timeless Tosca fragrance is available in eau de cologne, eau de toilette and eau de parfum. The Tosca skin care line includes perfumed body powder, a deodorant aerosol spray and scented soap and creams.
In 2015, while leaving the perfume’s historic formula untouched, Maurer and Wirtz redesigned Tosca’s packaging, nestling the distinctive teardrop-shaped bottle in an elegant blue box with gold lettering.