Diabolo Rose by Les Parfums de Rosine {New Perfume}



Les Parfums de Rosine, a niche perfume house exclusively dedicated to the celebration of the rich multiple facets of the rose flower, has released their latest creation, Diabolo Rose. It was composed by nose François Robert based on an idea by Marie-Hélène Rogeon, the founder and owner of the brand.....

The perfume is described as a fresh floral that softly mixes rose and mint. It is in all likelihood inspired by the "Diabolo Menthe" which is a popular drink combining mint syrup and lemonade that you can order in any café. La Mûre Favorite, where you can purchase the fragrance online, characterizes the scent as an exquisite almost child-like rose. 

Top notes are Sicilian bergamot, peppermint, and essence of rose. Heart notes are lily of the valley, peony, and rose absolute. Base notes are amber, musk, sandalwood, yerba mate.

A 100 ml flacon reatils for 92 Euros and a 50 ml one for 72 Euros. You can purchase it at La Mûre Favorite, a niche perfume and jewelry boutique in Lyon with a commercial website.

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  1. I actually smelled this one at Rosine on Saturday. It had just arrived (by the way, I never made it to Nicolaï). Much as I thought mint was a weird choice for a rose-based scent, this was an utter delight, very green and perky. Like most Rosines I've tried, the topnotes are euphoric... I need another sniff (they didn't have any samples yet) but this might actually be full bottle worthy to me...

  2. Carmen,

    Sorry about the technical hitch. I'll talk to the webmaster. For the moment being, if the code has become obsolete to post the comment, you can refresh the page without losing the post and a new number will appear.

    Good news come from Paris:) I'll be keeping an eye out for it.

  3. Ooooo, I enjoyed drinking Diabolos when I was in France, and this sounds very pleasant. Thanks for the news, MH, and for your initial impressions, Denyse.

  4. Tigs,

    I must say I created a craving for myself to make a Diabolo Menthe. I do have the peppermint syrup, and from France at that, but will need to wait until I can get my mitts on a good quality lemonade soda from France or Italy from one of the grocery stores in the area.


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