Eaux de parfum For Men
SECRET III PATCHOULI NOBLE
Eau de Parfum for Men
When the legend comes to life… It is around this mythical oriental ingredient that this intimate and attractive fragrance flourishes. The Patchouli, as extravagant as sophisticated, takes us to warm-hearted lands where all its duality's facets are explored. A true explosion of spices at its head where Cardamom, luminous and explosive, exalts the hypnotic and sensual side of Patchouli. Allying power and emotion, it blends with intimate flights of Myrrh for an even more assertive charisma. The promise of timelessness caught between lightness and darkness.
• TOP NOTES:
Bergamot, Lemon, Cinnamon, Cardamom, Cloves, Pepper, Nutmeg
• HEART NOTES:
Patchouli, Vetiver, Lavender, Geranium, Sage, Rose, Violet
• BASE NOTES:
Palisander Wood, Iris, Labdanum, Benzoin, Myrrh, Tonka Bean, Vanilla, Musks
ALCOHOL DENAT. - PARFUM (FRAGRANCE) - AQUA (WATER) - LINALOOL - CITRONELLOL - LIMONENE - HYDROXYCITRONELLAL - ALPHA-ISOMETHYL IONONE - COUMARIN - GERANIOL - CITRAL - BENZYL BENZOATE - EUGENOL.
82 % VOL.
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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.
For hundreds of years, Cardamom has fascinated apothecaries, chefs and perfumers alike. It is said that Cleopatra, deeply in love with Mark Anthony, shrouded herself in Cardamom before their rendezvous. Originally from India, this note adds a spicy, warm element to fragrances. Adapting to any context, it exhales fresh perfumes and lightly adorns woody notes. Subtly strong, this spice charms the most delicate noses.