VARIETY Sample set
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Flor y Canto
Fleur de Louis
Smoked chili infusion
Our VARIETY edit of citrus, floral and woody scents in 5 (five) 2ml samples:
1. L'Etrog, a classic citrusy Mediterranean chypre.
2. Flor y Canto, Mexican Tuberose and other sacred blooms.
3. Fleur de Louis, a French bouquet from Louis XIV's Court.
4. Anima Dulcis, a spicy woody gourmand from Baroque Mexico.
5. Boutonnière No.7, a naturalistic gardenia from Belle Époque Paris.
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A "little of everything" edit with our best-selling selection. From citrusy fresh to amber and incense, these scents offer a journey through Italian fields, flower altars, and European courts. A time and place for every scent.
Eau de Parfum. Sample size sprayer: 2 ml / 0.07 fl oz
- The olfactive snapshot of Louis XIV and the French Court in 1660. A reconstruction of authentic perfume formulas from the 17th century, improved upon by contemporary perfumery. FLEUR DE LOUIS is a classic French bouquet using the most fashionable flowers of the French court, set on woody base representing the wooden walls of a Royal pavilion. A decidedly regal and refined scent retaining the subtlety of the highest quality naturals. With notes of: Orange blossom, Florentine orris, jasmine and cedar wood.
- ANIMA DULCIS is an olfactive reconstruction of Viceregal Mexico: the mineral notes of the tile floors and stucco walls, the cedar wood and pine beams, and the gilded altars give way to a recipe of spiced chocolate at its heart. The incense from the church mixes with the kitchen spices, creating an evocative Baroque concoction for both men and women. Notes include: Cocoa absolute, Mexican vanilla, cinnamon, and a smoked chili infusion.
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