Histoire d’Orangers the new fragrance L’Artisan Parfumeur

Histoire d'Orangers the new fragrance L'Artisan Parfumeur
Histoire d’Orangers the new fragrance L’Artisan Parfumeur

Histoire d’Orangers, the Moroccan journey of L’Artisan Parfumeur

L’Artisan Parfumeur is a Parisian brand that is both classic and avant-garde, considered one of the most selective and visionary brands of our time. This endeavor to make high quality natural essences, most often inspired by travel.

However, the brand has just announced the upcoming release of a brand new fragrance. Histoire d’Orangers should see the light of day by June 2017 and clearly aims to reveal to us the image of a sunset in the heart of Moroccan lands. Prepare your suitcase, L’Artisan Parfumeur takes us on a journey and tells us his History of Orange trees.

The oriental inspiration of L’Artisan Parfumeur

There are many L’Artisan Parfumeur fragrances to be inspired by voyageq. Thus, Histoire d’Orangers is no exception to the rule . This composition was made by Marie Salamagne, a renowned designer, passionate about art in general. In addition, she says she is just as fascinated by painting as by dance or music. What’s more, she explains having made a trip to the Souss Valley, in Morocco, between Tazenaght and Taroudant. She keeps an unforgettable memory of this journey. She remembers in particular the immense fertile plains sheltering vast agricultural lands, the foothills of the Atlas, the bay of Agadir …

She also remembers the fabulous sunsets in this region. Moreover, it is precisely from all this that she was inspired to create a “delicate water, bathed in light and freshness”. Histoire d’Orangers seems to emanate from the desert heat of Morocco contrasted by the maritime freshness of the spray. Histoire d’Orangers is a journey across the Mediterranean without ever leaving your bathroom.

The sunny scent of the History of Orange trees

Histoire d’Orangers is a fragrance only presented in a 100ml format . Its scent begins with a limpid and solar blend. In addition, this fragrance contains neroli, an essential oil produced from the flowers of sour orange. This is associated with the flavor of white tea.

A fresh and airy start quickly gives way to an equally sunny heart. Marie Salamagne has incorporated into its composition one of the most emblematic ingredients of the Mediterranean: orange blossom. This helps to make this juice very delicate and feminine. It is associated with hevletolide, a synthetic molecule created from scratch by the Firmenich group. The latter leaves a modern, musky and sophisticated note on the whole. Its scent resembles in many ways that of a very fruity pear.

A prestigious ingredient very rarely used in perfumery, it helps to reinforce all the nobility of this juice. Then, the whole is relayed by an enveloping and suave base of tonka bean and ambroxan. The result is a scent loaded with emotions. Just try to close your eyes and you should imagine without any difficulty what was the fascination of its creator to discover the fascinating landscapes of Morocco.

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