Eau de Parfum


Regular price £240
Sale price £240
Bizzarria Eau de Parfum, an ode to singularity. It is an olfactory tale inspired by the "bizzarre" fruits of the Bizzarria Citrus Tree, where lemon, etrog and bitter orange coexist. First studied in the Medicean Gardens in 1644, it now returns to life thanks to its rediscovery in the Villa Medicea di Castello. Read more

Olfactory Family:

Hesperidic - Floral - Fruity

Top: Bizzaria Accord, Neroli, Timur Pepper

Middle: Orange Blossom Absolute, Ginger, Davana

Base: Cedarwood, Musk




Regular price £240
Sale price £240

Hesperidic - Floral - Fruity

The olfactory architecture of Bizzarria Eau de Parfum intrigues since the beginning, enthralling its guests with Timur pepper and the unmistakable, ambiguous sweetness of neroli. It goes on telling its polytropic qualities with the heart notes of orange blossom absolute, davana and ginger. At the base, cedar wood and musk: the enveloping attitudes that make the impression of beauty last, over the dazzle, en profondeur. The Bizzarria citrus fruit was first studied in the Medicean Gardens, in 1644. Its fruits combine characteristics of lemon, etrog and bitter orange together.



Bizzarria Accord, Neroli, Timur Pepper


Orange Blossom Absolute, Ginger, Davana


Cedarwood, Musk


ALCOHOL DENAT., PARFUM (FRAGRANCE), LIMONENE, LINALOOL, CITRAL, GERANIOL, COUMARIN, FARNESOL, CITRONELLOL. The ingredient list of our products can be updated. We therefore invite you to always consult the ingredients list on each package.

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews

Honestly the best fragrance I've ever worn

Helen Kim Kim

I was eager to visit the Perfumerie as I read about their history; when I finally visited last week the store exceeded my expectations ~ it was beautiful with gorgeous decor, and you get a sense of their ancient history. Their newish fragrance, Bizzarria, reminds me of citrus groves in Florence, ancient and modern. I loved it, purchased it, and whenever I spray on Bizzarria, I think of Florence, a beautiful respite from our daily lives.


Beautifully packaged , gorgeous fragrance , sunshine on a grey day

Karim Christopher
Another dimension

Beginning with an understanding that the fruit Bizzarria was cultivated in the gardens of the Medici, my imagination is impacted first. I wander back through time, to this family which is responsible for much of the Renaissance. I think of the art, architecture, and literature commissioned by them. It’s a family of impeccable taste. The first note I perceive of the fragrance is the Bizzarria, citrus but unique, humbly mature, clean and light. I reflect on the fact the Bizzarria is a chimera, which draws me out of sexual norms, and individualizes the experience even further for me. Over hours the fragrance evolves slowly through the other notes. That maturation is amazing as it occurs over hours. Incredibly after several hours, the base woodsy notes still remain. Not for others, as the scent has become so light that you must move the scent to your nose to perceive it. Bizzarria elevates my mood, transports me to another time, wondering about Renaissance Florence.

Bravo to Santa Maria Novella perfumers, this fragrance is testament to the art of perfume and a desire to improve their customers lives.

Diana Harriman

Received a sample of this scent and could not buy it soon enough. I love it so much - so sweet and citrusy and the first perfume that I've been able to wear that doesn't drive my allergies wild. Cannot get enough and will absolutely buy again.