Fragrance News: Blanc Violette, Vert Pivoine, & Noir Patchouli by Histoires de Parfums

Parfums de couleurs.jpg

Histoires de Parfums' latest line of perfumes called Parfums de Couleurs will soon be coming to the United States (they couldn't give me a date for now.) The new collection currently comprises three fragrances, Blanc Violette, Vert Pivoine, and Noir Patchouli.

Top notes for Blanc Violette are violet, bergamot, orange leaves. Heart notes are violet, jasmine, rose, ylang-ylang, iris, star anise. Base notes are violet, sandalwood, musk, rice flower.

Vert Pivoine has top notes of peony, green leaves, fresh herbs, heart notes of peony, gardenia, mimosa, rose, red berries, clove, black and pink pepper and base notes of peony, sandalwood, cedarwood, musk, and vanilla. 

Noir Patchouli opens up on notes of patchouli, cardamom, and coriander. Heart notes include patchouli, floral bouquet, juniper berry, and black pepper. The dry down evolves on notes of patchouli, musk, vetiver, moss, leather, and vanilla.

Samples of the whole line of the 10 Histoire de Parfums fragrances can be ordered for 5 Euros within France. 

Source: Histoires de Parfums

Image Source: Jeffrey Scott (They do not carry the line anymore.) Endo-Exo Apothecary in Chicago carries some items from Histoires de Parfums.

Related Posts

2 Comments | Leave a comment

  1. How did I miss these in Endo-Exo? Hmmmm. They sound delicious. I wish I were in France! (For other reasons, too, not just fragrance...) What do you think of this line?

  2. I think that the notes sound interesting. I initially thought that they were simple soliflores but they sound more complex than that. I'll plan to sample them.


Leave a Comment