This cologne yields soft, subtle notes that suggest a warm, emotional universe. Jasmine, lilac and violet together form a perfect accord that sets off new emotions. Derived from the Latin viola or “wild pansy”, violets have two petals that point upwards to three that point downwards. That is what distinguishes them from pansies. They originally symbolized modesty, but have now come to be associated with the city of Toulouse, France. Back in 1936, Toulouse perfumer Henri Berdoues encapsulated its scent for the first time to offer it to his sweetheart. Notes: Violet, Lilac and Jasmine.
Maison Berdoues has been developping perfumed creation for more than a hundred years, applying French high perfumery’s hallowed practice, the fragrances are the result of a unique know-how and an uncompromising stance.