The Princess Pauline Borghèse, Napoleon’s sister, famous for her beauty, spent the winter of 1807/1808 in Grasse, and came back often until the fall of the Empire. Legend has it she sat on a small throne sculpted in a rock, in the park in Grasse which now bears her name. In her tribute, we have created this feminine and spicy fragrance. At its top, the Mediterranean air carries pink peppercorn and blackcurrant. Its heart beats with the Rose of May, the most beautiful flower from Grasse, and a spicy geranium. The base softens with white musk and patchouli.
|Top:||Pink pepper, blackcurrant, marine note|
|Heart:||Rose of May, Bourbon geranium, chili|
|Base:||White musk, patchouli|