1873 Eau de Parfum
1873 Eau de Parfum
$105.00

1873 Eau de Parfum

SKU: 21781

Colette
Smooth Hesperide; Feminine

Inside her family garden of Bourgogne, young Sidonie Gabrielle Colette experienced her first steps as a writer, surrounded by roses and field flowers. Having chosen her third name as a pen name, she was to become an admired literary woman, famous for both her literary and sensual freedom. Reflecting this happy sensual woman, 1873 is a gourmand and refined eau de parfum...

 

Notes:
Top: Grapefruit, Orange, Citrus, Tangerine, Bergamot, Lime.
Heart: Lily of the Valley, Orange Blossom, Spring Flowers, Violet, Lavender.
Base: Vanilla, Caramel, White Musk.

Originality: gourmand hesperidins. It reminds the savor of the lemon tart with meringue, it evokes the hesperidins’ side of the south of France.

Moods: youthful, sparkling, lively, fresh, mischievous and generous.

Inside her family garden of Bourgogne, young Sidonie Gabrielle Colette experienced her first steps as a writer, surrounded by roses and field flowers. Having chosen her third name as a pen name, she was to become an admired literary woman, famous for both her literary and sensual freedom. Reflecting this happy sensual woman, 1873 is a gourmand and refined eau de parfum. Unsettling white flowers blossom in a light bubble, sparkling with tangerine and lemon.
Alcohol denat, parfum, aqua, limonene, benzyl salicylate, linalool, geraniol, citral, cinnamyl alcohol, citronellol, butylphenyl methylpropional

*Ingredients may be subject to change. The most accurate and up to date product ingredient list can also found on the product packaging.
An olfactive library that is telling stories about famous characters, raw materials and mythical years. The collection created by Gérald Ghislain is governed by no rules other than inspiration. With his luxuriant imagination, this loquacious individual has chosen to bring his stories to life in perfumes, a sensitive and sensual medium.

Histoires de Parfums’perfumes perpetuate the French perfumery know-how, which features are luxury, nobility and creativity. The highest qualitative standards in the choice of the raw materials as well as in the choice of the bottles, packaging and communication tools. With this perfume library, Gerald Ghislain wanted to evoke stories through scent just as books are written with emotions.
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