Last year, French perfume house E. Coudray, est. 1822, introduced a new composition entitled Iris Rose. The perfume is said to be a soft powdery floral...
"The fragrance is as soft as a cloud of powder, as caressing as a voluptuous cream,"
The house stress that the style of the composition is "a little bit vintage" with the addition of touches of Labdanum and Patchouli in the base to recall the ambery fragrances of yore but also "for even more sensuality on skin,"
Fragrance notes include a breath of violet leaves, an elegant iris, velvety and almondy roses, sensual whispery white musks, blond woods, a hint of vanilla, and dashes of labdanum and patchouli.
Via E. Coudray