By perfumer Vanina Murraciole
During the Roaring Twenties, French cancan dancers in the celebrated cabarets of Paris had their own very specific perfume rituals. It is said that they perfumed “every hill and valley”, wherever they wanted to be kissed. Hauto, which means “skin” in Esperanto, is an invitation to experience the fragrance of skin.
Top Notes: Bergamote, Pineapple
Middle Notes: Tuberose, Rose, Spices
Base Notes: Enigmatic Musks
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