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ROUGE ET NOIR
Eau de Parfum for Women
An invitation to passion… The Ylang-Ylang and the Tuberose meet in this carnal perfume, enveloping a blooming woman. The Blackcurrant dances with the Jasmine and the Orange Blossom notes, around a bewitching Rose, to better charm it. The Vanilla and the Benzoin at the base set this sensual olfactory experience, tinted by thousands of whimsical shades. A promise of a flower on the skin.
• TOP NOTES:
Blackcurrant, Bergamot, Peach, Ylang-Ylang.
• HEART NOTES:
Jasmine, Orange Blossom, Wallflower, Rose Absolute.
• BASE NOTES:
Cedarwood, Sandalwood, Benzoin, White Musks, Vanilla, Tuberose.
ALCOHOL DENAT. - PARFUM (FRAGRANCE) - AQUA (WATER) - BUTYLPHENYL METHYLPROPIONAL - BENZYL SALICYLATE - CITRONELLOL - LIMONENE - LINALOOL - BENZYL BENZOATE - EUGENOL - HYDROXYCITRONELLAL - FARNESOL.
80 % VOL.
As excellence and innovation is at the core of our Brand, our ingredient listing may be updated. We kindly invite you to carefully read the ingredient list on our packaging label if you have sensitive skin or suffer from allergic reactions.
There is no more aromatic, feral, creamy or contradictory note than Tuberose, a white flower native to Mexico. Voluptuous and hypnotic with its suave notes, Tuberose arrived in Grasse in the 17th century and inspired numerous legends. It is notably believed that in Italy, at nightfall, young girls were not allowed to wander through gardens where Tuberose grew because its intoxicating perfume encouraged them to give in to sinful carnal desires. Its powerful scent is composed of enchanting, bewitching notes.
Vanilla, known as the “nectar of the Gods”, is originally from Mexico. Legend has it that this spice, the fruit of a tropical orchid, was born from the sacrifice of two forbidden lovers from the Totonac tribe. Vanilla was introduced to Europe in the 16th century. Highly sought-after for its sensual scent, it belongs to the category of rich, gourmet notes and warms up the base notes of every perfume in which it is used.