“There was nothing now but firelight in the room,
And every time a flame uttered a gasp for breath
It flushed her amber skin with the blood of its bloom.”
Charles Baudelaire, Les Fleurs du Mal
Baudelaire embodies decadence and sensuality. This ingenue fragrance is a simple and sweet composition between floral and fruity. Its top notes are presented with a bold and wild bouquet of lively French jasmine and Moroccan rose mingled with mid-notes of sticky-sweet balsamic drizzled on a fleshy juicy peach. The base is henceforth completed with a citrusy amber to neutralise the sweetness and conclude scent journey.
|Top||Bergamot, Peach, Apricot|
|Middle||Moroccan Rose, French Jasmine|