The warm Christmas smell of tangerine spiked with cloves. The burning spices in a glass of rum. The smoothness of a leather armchair or of a jacket worn soft by years of love. A whiff of night-time forest through an open window?
A fragrance redolent with memories of a time when life was slower and more gracious, composed by Jeanne-Marie Faugier.
Cognac is the lovechild of alcohol and wood. It is the oak of the cask that lets the eau-de-vie breathe; the porous wood absorbs it, and it return, releases the substances that will give cognac its bouquet and burnished gold hue?
Passion Boisée celebrates this long-drawn intimacy. Just as cognac in its cask, the fragrance is embraced by wood: the dry and incisive elegance of cedar and the mossy, almost chocolaty depth of patchouli.
Against this backdrop, some of the most characteristic aromas of cognac conjure an evocative setting, in a harmony of warm tones, from orange to nutmeg brown, amber and umber?