Since the 19th century, 4711 has been produced in the Glockengasse by the company Muelhens GmbH & Co. KG, using an unchanged recipe. The complex recipe for the fragrance from Cologne contains essential oils of lemon, orange, mandarin, lavender, rosemary, and neroli from bitter orange flowers. The Eau de Cologne from the Glockengasse, number 4711, is made using a strictly secret recipe and is famous all over the world.
4711 has an aromatherapeutic effect
The world-renowned Eau de Cologne has been sold in the famous Molanus bottle for 200 years. The bottle for the Eau de Cologne was created by Cologne distiller Heinrich Peter Molanus and shouldn’t be missing from any ladies’ handbag. In both summer and winter, the original 4711 recipe has a revitalising, calming, and relaxing effect. The unique combination of essential oils and fresh herbs refreshes the mind, body, and spirit. The Eau de Cologne is simply applied generously to the palms, throat, neck, and face, and the refreshing effect of the fragrance immediately begins to unfold.