An atypical vetiver with a fresh and earthy olfactory nuance. It emphasizes the resinous part of the vetiver and makes it persistent thanks to the sweet note of the chestnut cream. For vetiver lovers and vintage souls.
Her beauty might have been her greatest strength. You imagined him growing up outdoors in Texas, his soft skin touched by ears of corn, his curved eyelashes fighting gracefully against a blinding sun.
A pavement man lost on the asphalt of the city. A fisherman without a net, he was made to take the bait of others, to believe in his destiny without ever really knowing it, to create havoc and forget the damage of time that passes. Pleasure for women of a certain age, an ideal companion for parties until dawn or for nature walks in Palm Beach, its splendor was consumed in the service of others.
Having become a Fat Electrician in his home in New Jersey, he abandoned his talent, leaving room for decadence. To celebrate this unconverted beauty, a gorgeous vetiver was needed. An ode to vintage eroticism. Antoine Maisondieu wanted it white, metallic, silvery like the ancestral green of olive leaves. But also sweetened, regressive, addictive, like a chestnut cream with vanilla pod, opoponax and myrrh as base notes. This extremely concentrated fragrance, resinous and raw as desired, had to express a sensuality made of contrasts. Because every form of beauty contains within itself the beginning of its end.
Top notes: Orpur® black pepper essence, elemi essence
Heart notes: Orpur® cedarwood, vetiver essence
Base notes: Opoponax, Myrrh, Orpur® Vanilla Absolute