Visa by Robert Piguet {New Perfume}



As announced earlier, Robert Piguet is preparing to re-launch one of the classic fragrances from its catalogue called Visa, a perfume which debuted in 1945 and was created by celebrated perfumer Germaine Cellier. The jus "has been rebalanced to blend modern radiance and retro glamour." It will be part of a duet launch together with Cravache. The perfumer responsible for the reformulation is Aurélien Guichard who also took care of modernizing Baghari, reissued last year. Previously, Fracas and Bandit had been reintroduced as well, in 1996 and 1999 respectively......

A blend of spices, flowers and fruits from different areas of the globe, Visa de Robert Piguet is its wearer's passport to an exotic encounter. Visaopens with lush notes of white vineyard peach, pear, violet leaves and Italian bergamot and yellow mandarin essences. Heart notes include rich ylang essence mingled with rose, immortelle and orange flower absolutes.  Essence of Indonesian Patchouli and sandalwood, vetiver, moss, vanilla beans, benzoin and a gourmand leathery accord compose the drydown. Availability

Visa de Robert Piguet will be available exclusively at

Le Bon Marche in Paris and at Harvey Nichols in London

Launch Date: October 2007

Parfum: 1.0 oz./30 mL
Eau de Parfum: 1.7 oz./50 mL; 3.4 oz./100 mL  (Source: Fashion Fragrances & Cosmetics Ltd.) 

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  1. As I mentioned myself, this and Cravache have me wondering how they will stand up to the old versions.
    I quite liked the re-issued Baghari which I foubnd very elegant and have faith in their efforts.

    However the inclusion of pear and peach...hmmm...for some reason they scare me.
    But of course I mustn't judge before sniffing.
    Thanks for the extended details.

  2. I'm a bit surprised that Visa is attributed to Germaine Cellier. I don't seem to remember any info pointing to this. Is the source of the info the house of Piguet?

  3. Yes, I got the info from the FFCL website.


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