La Rose de Rosine
La Rose de Rosine

La Rose de Rosine

SKU: 14765

Intense, velvety, intriguing, has a long-lasting trace. Brings an impression of power and refinement.


Top: Violet from Tourette sur Loup, Tagete, Ylang Ylang, Roses.
Heart: Rose Attars from Turkey, Bulgaria and Grasse, Jasmine, Iris.
Base: Tonka bean, Benzoin, Peru Balsam.

The woman who wears it is ultra feminine, and a kind of diva.
She is sensual, noble, beautiful and so refined. Her world is the boudoir and opera front seat.
La Rose de Rosine is made with the sumptuous and opulent red rose.

It belongs to the olfactory family: Floral and powdery.

The perfume was created in 1991 by François Robert.

Head notes of violet, and rose mingle with the scents of iris, jasmine and roses from Damascus, Turkey, Bulgaria and Greece. Musk, tonka bean and Peru Balsam base notes compliment this ultimate rose fragrance.
Alcohol denat, parfum, aqua, alpha-isomethyl ionone, carboxaldehyde cinnamayl alcohol, linalool, citronellol, limonene, coumarin, isoeugenol, butylphenyl methylpropional, benzyl alcohol, benzyl benzoate, hexyl cinnamal, geraniol, cinnamal, benzyl salicylate, citral, farnesol, eugenol, benzyl cinnamate

*Ingredients may be subject to change. The most accurate and up to date product ingredient list can also found on the product packaging.
Marie-Hélène Rogeon was born into a family of perfume makers. Her great grand-grand father Louis Panafieu was creating Eau de Cologne for the Emperor Napoleon III as well as a famous Pommade des Mousquetaires for his lacquer-like finished moustaches. I guess you could say it is in her blood...

The two main passions of Marie-Hélène are perfumes and… Roses. They are all so different; shy or proud, voluptuous or tender, with multiple shapes and colors, and the infinite variety of fragrance that the Rose give off speak to her. Marie-Hélène built her entire collection of rose perfumes, all different, from the fresher Un Zest de Rose to the more sensuous Une Folie de Rose.
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