Bouquet Exquis is a deep, dense floral perfume, with a strong Oriental undercurrent. This is by no means a light fragrance. It’s for the person who appreciates a full-bodied fragrance.
Head Notes: Iris, Bulgarian Rose, Peony, Tulip, Mimosa Heart Notes: Lotus, Hyacinth, Plumeria Base Notes: Musk, Ambergris
Suadela was the Roman goddess of persuasion, particularly in romance, seduction, and love. Deity-like qualities are not to be expected with the wearing of a fragrance, however, a beautiful fragrance can go a long way to enhance your mortal qualities. This is what you get with this perfume.
Head Notes: Arabian Rose, Iris, Mimosa Heart Note: Neroli Base Notes: Musk, Ambergris
As its name implies, this perfume was created in reverence to the classic florals from an era when fragrances were robust, and dare we say splendid. This fragrance can aptly be labeled a “floriental”, but, more than that, we would like it to be labeled a signature scent by the true lovers of flowery aromas.
Head Notes: Violet, Bulgarian Rose, Iris, Ylang Ylang, Lily-of-the-Valley Honeysuckle, Tuberose
Heart Notes: Vanilla, Peach, Sandalwood, Jasmine, Bergamot
Base Notes: Musk, Civet
Soire Noire, or Evening Black, alludes to the dark, animalic undertones of this floral fragrance. It’s telling us that there is more in the garden than just flowers. The lightness of the florals and the darkness of the base notes combine to create a very interesting, and quite pleasing gray area. This is the zone you will be in, when you wear this perfume.
Head Notes: Aldehydes, Violet, Tulip, Carnation Heart Notes: Ylang Ylang, Honey
Base Notes: Black Musk, Musk Aphrodesia, Tonquitone, Civet
This fragrance has a slow journey to its dry down. However, when it finally reaches its destination, and its true character is revealed, it’ll be well worth the trip. Whether your nose detects a rosy-musk, or a musky-rose, this fragrance will delight lovers of both scents.
Fumes of intoxication will waft from your skin, as these two notes perform their erotic dance. Josephine Bonaparte, who was a noted lover of musk, and rose, would have absolutely adored this fragrance. While being minimalist in its composition, Rose Noire is very generous in the sensual pleasure it gives.