By perfumer Amélie Bourgeois
For Men & Women
1889 is the year of The Paris World Fair. Paradis Perdu is an ode to the vineyards around the property. It is against this thrilling backdrop that Frapin cognacs were rewarded for their excellence. Pierre Frapin received the Mr. Eiffel gold medal from Gustave Eiffel himself.
The perfumer, Amélie Bourgeois, drew her inspiration from the expanses of land, conjuring effervescence with curved lines, somewhere between gushing and encircling.
Top Notes: Bergamot, Grapefruit, Citron, Yellow Mandarin
Middle Notes: Leaf Blend, Galbanum, Elemi, Paradisamide
Base Notes: Vetiver, Hay, Virginia Cedarwood, Rosewood, Labdanum, Mosses, Musks
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