LONDON 1955

Goya Black Rose Perfumed Soap

Goya Black Rose Beauty Perfumed Soap is infused with the same fragrance of Goya Black Rose, appealing to the romantic senses, with exquisite floral notes reminiscent of a velvet black rose.
£4.00

Goya Black Rose 15ml

Black Rose appeals to deeply romantic senses, opening with exquisite floral notes reminiscent of a velvet black rose. It recreates a world of elegance and unbridled romance that has been long forgotten. This 15ml edition is a recreation of the original miniature Matchbox packaging which makes a beautiful gift, or something to keep in your handbag at all times, just in case the mood takes you.
£19.99

Goya Black Rose 100ml

Black Rose appeals to deeply romantic senses, opening with exquisite floral notes reminiscent of a velvet black rose. It recreates a world of elegance and unbridled romance that has been long forgotten.
£49.99

The alluring secrets of Black Rose

Goya Black Rose

Exquisite Floral Notes

TOP

Bergamot, Clove, Green Stems.

HEART

Rose, Geranium, Rose Damas.

DRY DOWN

Jasmine, Salicylate, Musk

This fragance begins with a sparkling citrus green accord contrasted by the irreverent clove. The heart of the composition reaveals a fresh and feminine floral bouquet enhanced by a confortable drydown of white flowers, solar notes and the sensuality of a velvety musk.

A Heritage of Excellence & Sophistication

Goya Black Rose

The founder of Goya Perfumes, Douglas Collins said 'I learned that the success of a perfume depends much more on the fragrance than on its name or the package. The best known houses with big advertising and beautiful packaging cannot sustain sales of a new perfume for more than a year or two unless enough women like it and buy it regularly.”

He goes on to describe the skill needed to create a successful perfume by saying that it was “like a tune in the imagination… results are not achieved by long periods of scientific research – they are achieved by long periods of trial and error, or by occasional pieces of luck”.

One of Goya’s most famous perfumes, the Black Rose, took four and a half years to produce. Black Rose was a very sophisticated perfume. The perfume was formulated in the “organ” room (shown opposite), in which there was an array of massed ranks of ingredients known as essential oils from which new fragrance blends would be painstakingly developed.

Photograph of the original Goya Perfumes 'Organ Room' © Amersham Museum.

Made in England

Goya Black Rose is made in England