Eau de Parfum for Men
The EISENBERG’s Cult fragrance leaves a singular and stylish trail. Tantalising and unforgettable, it unfolds on the seductive and mysterious head notes of Mint and Armoise. The warm, powerful base notes of Coffee-Mocha at the heart of the fragrance draw a blazing path on an Amber base. Dare audacity.
• TOP NOTES:
Bergamot, Lemon, Mint, Jasmine
• HEART NOTES:
Lavender, Wormwood, Coffee Moka
• BASE NOTES:
Patchouli, Sandalwood, Moss, Tonka Bean, Vanilla, Amber, Musks
The essences used create ambiances and emotions that leave a lasting mark on the subconscious, where skin and perfume are intimately fused—the skin’s scent kindles desire and makes a unique impression.
J’OSE was José Eisenberg’s first olfactory creation. Born in 2000, the brand’s modern and eternal iconic perfume reflects the personality of its creator: always daring!
It also marks the start of the intimate relationship between art and perfume, expressed through photography, paintings and poems, that characterises the collection.
J’OSE is a play on words referring to its creator José Eisenberg and the verb “oser” (to dare).
It is indeed daring to use such a photo of a feminine, sensual woman who, smoking a cigar, challenges the world of men with her triumphant smile. It not only reflects José Eisenberg’s personality and nose, but the perfume itself: provocative, rich, warm, generous, triumphant...
Equally audacious is the use of the same captivating image for both the men’s and women’s perfume. But all those who see themselves in this chic, provocative statement have adopted the woman with a cigar.
In this perfume, José Eisenberg dared to combine sensually provocative, sweet, velvety and hypnotic notes which express themselves and subtly balance each other out in the feminine and masculine versions.
82 % VOL.
The first Coffee plants grew in Ethiopia. It was the sixth century that first saw the plant begin to spread throughout the world, first into South Arabia, near the port of Mocha. Coffee then continued along the road to success through the Middle East before winning over Greece, then Italy, and making its way into European culture in the 16th century. The intense, strong Mocha Coffee notes are enhanced by roasted touches, which are valued as heart or base notes for the intensity, warmth and sensuality they bring to perfumes.
Originally from India and Indonesia, it was through the cashmere shawl business in the 17th century that Patchouli was introduced to Europe. During long boat trips, Patchouli leaves were used to protect the fragile fabric. Their woody, earthy and captivating scent won over the women who enveloped themselves in the shawls. Both sweet and mysterious, Patchouli extended its powers of seduction to the realm of perfumery, where it became a must-have ingredient, fitting into a variety of compositions.