Amour Nocturne is the fragrance among the three that most thrilled me for its innovation. After making love, the night smells of just chopped cedarwood leaking sap and milk, dashed by savoury caramel and gun powder to balance it. Unexpected, like a firework.
Désarmant, a very elegant full blooming lilac with its spicy-powdery accents. A must sniff as soon as possible.
Rose de Taif is like diving into roses at morning, feathered by fresh dewy petals recalling the sparkle of lemon. As invigorating is the opening, as mellow si the base with the soft embrace of turkish rose. Nice also the black and gold packaging, precious yet elegant.
Perlerette and Brume d'Hiver tempted me to try them on skin. A soft, rosy iris the first, a spicy-winey wood the second. For a jump in the debut du siècle parisian chic, skillfully mixing modernity and heritage.