top note…coffee flavour
middle note...green note, lavender
base note...woody, balsamic aroma
A lazy coffee... From the Provence's flowery fields, lavender emanates a male perfume awoken by languorous notes of bergamot, mint and sage. The well-rested body delights itself from the powerful aroma of coffee that fuels the senses.
What ingredients is this fragrance made of? Where is it produce? What are the delivery times and options,
or our advices to get the most out of your fragrance? We tell you everything below!
- Colissimo: 5€ in pick up point or 6€ at home
- DHL Express: 35€
Delivery OFFERED from 60€ (Colissimo)
- Colissimo: from 10€
- DHL Express: from 35€
Delivery OFFERED from 120€ in many countries (Colissimo)
DISCOVERY SET: delivery offered in France, 5€ in the rest of the World
Delivery times and details available HERE.
amber, bergamot, coffee, cedar, celery, cistus, coumarin, clary sage, hay, jasmine, juniper berry, orange, orange blossom, lavender, mint, moss, musk, petitgrain, sandalwood, tagetes, tobacco, tolu, vanillaFull list
alcohol denat - aqua (water) - parfum (fragrance) - linalool - limonene - coumarin - geraniol - citral - benzyl alcohol - benzyl benzoate - cinnamal - citronellol
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Because we like to take care of you, we always slip a little attention into your parcel. But we've already said too much!
If you want to spoil your friends and family with our fragrances, we offer you lovely gift wraps: don't forget to precise it when you finalise your order.
MADE IN FRANCE
Our perfumes are made in Grasse, in the south of France. Each bottle is filled by hand in our workshop since 1988, for an optimal control from the production to its conditioning and shipping. A guarantee of quality and authenticity.
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MADE IN FRANCE
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3 INGREDIENTS IN THE SPOTLIGHT
LAVENDER ESSENCE FROM FRANCE AND BULGARIA
The distillation of the lavender flower comes immediately after its picking and enables the production of an essential oil whose smell is fresh, floral, camphor with a slight smell of mushroom. This is why it is used in fern compositions.
CELERY ESSENCE FROM INDIA
Celery is an herbaceous plant whose seeds are dried and crushed for steam distillation. The result is celery essence with a spicy and warm scent. Its smell is powerful and has notes of tobacco and dried fig.
CLARY SAGE ESSENCE FROM FRANCE
Clary sage is a plant native to southern Europe. The perfumer uses the essence of the plant, obtained by steam distillation of the leaves. It has an amber and musky scent often used to create chypre accords.
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OUR PERFUMED TIPS
WHERE AND HOW TO PERFUME YOURSELF?
To become one with your perfume, spray it on the areas of your body that generate heat: in the neck, behind the ears, in the crook of the elbows or around the navel...
To enjoy it all the time and everywhere, you can perfume your clothes and accessories, and at home your curtains or even your pillows!
HOW TO CONSERVE YOUR FRAGRANCE?
In general, fragrances do not get along very well with heat, air and light. Therefore, avoid temperature variations, keep your perfume away from light and preferably keep your bottle upright, so that the juice has as little contact with the air as possible.
I CAN NO LONGER SMELL MY PERFUME: WHAT'S WRONG?
When you've been wearing a perfume for a while, you can feel like it smells less, or not at all. But don't worry, it's completely normal!
Because the brain uses our sense of smell above all to alert us of a potential danger: when it is used to a smell that it considers safe, it focuses its attention on the other scents around us. We then say that our nose falls asleep, as our brain no longer makes the effort to recognise our perfume.
In order to enjoy again that fragrance you like so much, you can try the pure perfume which is more concentrated and therefore more intense, or simply change your perfume for a while! You will have the pleasant surprise of rediscovering your favourite fragrance, and probably even new facets of it...
CAN I MIX SEVERAL FRAGRANCES? WHAT MIX & MATCH DO YOU RECOMMEND?
Nothing prevents you from mixing several perfumes, on the contrary: you will thus create a unique fragrance.
In our collection, certain fragrances go particularly well together: ippi patchouli and vanille, so and enkor, musc and label rose or even kilim and the original musc.
Start by spraying the most intense fragrance. Wait a few moments and then spray the lightest one on top to ensure a perfect harmony. Don't be afraid to dare!