A rich and enchanting fragrance
Legend has it that when angels appear, you’ll often see them encased in beautiful osmanthus flowers – an evergreen shrub that blooms with leathery dark leaves, small bright flowers and dense but sweet black fruit. An explosion of colour, coming in either white, pink or orange flowers, and with a deep scent, has resulted in this plant being known as the fragrant olive, the sweet olive, or the tea olive. Hailing from Asia, osmanthus flowers have a rich history. The name itself comes from the Greek ‘osma’ which means fragrant and ‘anthos’ which means flower. Believed to symbolise faithfulness and true love, osmanthus flowers can often be found in wedding bouquets and its scent is hailed by perfumers all over the world.
Fleur d’Ange is inspired by this holy flower of the angel, translating to Flowers of Angels. Complex and invigorating, the fragrance is a deep mix of rose, ylang-ylang, lime, iris, tuberose and jasmine. Not just that but a combination of apricot, osmanthus, blackcurrant, guaiac wood, sandalwood and myrrh perfectly balance out the fruity and floral perfume vibes. It’s rich, dense and powerful but equally majestic and soft in its approach. The result is truly magnificent: a delicate yet spicy flower perfume ideal for men and women that captures and cultivates and creates long-lasting memories. It’s a perfume that evokes emotion and transports you to an entirely different realm. It’s a magical sensory journey that cannot be replicated.
Enjoy a soft yet vibrant aroma and evoke a sense of sophistication with Fleur d’Ange.
Primary Notes: Rose, Ylang-ylang, Iris, Lime, Tuberose, Jasmine
Secondary notes: Apricot, Osmanthus, Blackcurrant
Tertiary notes: Guaiac wood, Sandalwood, Myrrh, Amber
The most symbolic and pure flower exudes a delicate, sweet softness. The fragrant notes of rose express a great richness of olfactory facets, conveying sensuality and femininity, but also grace and refinement.
Ylang-ylang is an essential oil extracted from the flowers of a Southeast Asian tropical plant, specially harvested at dawn. Its name in the local language means "flower of flowers": its fragrance is therefore enchanting and superb, vibrant with scents, intensely floral.
The flowers of the Iris, with its purple or other colored petals, usually adorn gardens and terraces, but the scent derived from the roots of these plants has little of the floral, instead approaching more woody and earthy notes that make it a sought-after, sensual, and fresh essence.
Fresh and citrus notes waft through the air: the scent of lime, obtained from the peel of the green fruit halfway between cedar and lemon, expresses full-bodied and lively scents, combined with an unexpected aromatic character.
Tuberose is a flower of great charm, always accompanied by an aura of mystery. Originating from Mexico, as are the legends in which it features, its fame is due to the scent released by its characteristic white petals arranged in clusters: persistent, enchanting, magnetic, with a strong seductive charge.
A flower with a great symbolic and medicinal tradition, jasmine is one of the freshest and sweetest floral fragrances, enriched with fruity notes and green chords. The petals of jasmine release their scent by blooming in the night air, a true olfactory miracle of nature that has been repeated for millennia.
Joyful and succulent, the apricot is perhaps the fruit that best expresses summer fertility. Its fruity sweetness is also preserved in the essence of apricot, cloaked in a lightness that softens its intense and decisive character.
Osmanthus or olea fragrans is the name of a flower of extremely small dimensions, but capable of releasing a perfume of extraordinary vigor and softness, whose accentuated persistence already fascinated the ancient inhabitants of the East.
The small berries of the blackcurrant plant have a very particular sweetish taste, the essence obtained from its buds, rather rare, is characterized by being complex and varied, with fruity scents, green notes, and floral nuances.
From South America comes the "wood of life," guaiac, an evergreen tree of extreme hardness and rigidity from which is derived an excellent fixative essence, ideal for binding the various ingredients of the formulation, with deep olfactory tones and vaguely spicy.
Woody and resinous, the scent of sandalwood is often associated with the male dimension, but it also has a close connection with the eastern world from which this wood originates: its essence penetrates the most intimate dimensions of the human soul and infuses spiritual purity, with warm, sweet, and sensual notes.
Used in antiquity for multiple purposes, therapeutic and cosmetic, myrrh comes from a natural resin that possesses balsamic, spicy, and enveloping olfactory properties.
Indispensable for its fixing action, amber expresses all its aromatic potential in the form of a woody and powdery scent, accompanied by warm, sweet, and spicy notes.
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