The Paglieri 1876 fragrance series should be viewed as a scent journey through original Italy, where Latin was still spoken. As a result, all fragrances have old Latin names rather than Italian ones. The six regions of Agrigentum, Amalphia, Florentia, Genoa, Romae, and Venetiae have always been among Italy's most important commercial centers - and not only because of this, but also because they are among the most interesting and beautiful places in the country, with regional cuisines known beyond the country's borders. The country of Italy was in upheaval in 1876. There is no definitive answer to whether the year in the name 'Paglieri 1876' historically refers to the country or to a personal date of the company.
To comprehend the fragrance journey of the Paglieri 1876 brand, the 'traveler' begins in northern Italy, either in Genoa or Venice. South of Florence, the route leads to the Amalfi Coast and down to Agrigento, now known as Agrigento in Italian and Agrigento in German: the Valley of the Temples on the island of Sicily. Each of these establishments has its own cuisine, which employs a variety of herbs and other ingredients. All of these scents are remembered in the same way that the smell of the sea is. Paglieri 1876 fragrances are associated with this travel memory.