Anna, the eternal homage to all beloved mothers.
The origin of Mother’s Day is recognized to Anna Jarvis, who worked hard to bestow honor on all mothers in 1905 in West Virginia. It was her mother’s desire that someday someone must pay tribute to their contributions.
Mémoire d’Anna is an intriguing blend of very fresh, fruity and floral elements. The top notes recall a sweet dream of fruits: melon and peach mixed with green apples – the main fruit in West Virginia – in all of their exuberance. Flowers are the most traditional gift to offer for Mother’s Day, so they couldn’t be missing in this formula. Especially carnations, Anna’s mother favorite flower, which have come to represent Mother’s Day since Anna Jarvis delivered five hundred of them at the first celebration in 1907. The down dry is particularly smooth and warm like a summer evening.