Goya Black Rose was first created in the 1950's by the founder of Goya, Douglas Collins. The heritage of creating beautiful perfumes was inherited by his son Christopher Collins.
Christopher Collins has acted as an advisor on the formulation of the new Black Rose and after rigorous research and development he has approved this stunning recreation of the original.
The original formulas from the Goya laboratories had been preserved in the Amersham Museum and only recently discovered, which meant that we could bring Goya Black Rose back to life again, and preserve the original fragrance of this memorable perfume.
Goya Black Rose is made in England