One of the oldest names in perfumery, E. Coudray Est. 1822, is releasing a new fragrance for women this spring of 2017 called Rose Tubéreuse...
The composition, a floriental, is signed by independent perfumer Cécile Zarokian, who said that she envisioned a spicy fragrance, hence a touch of clove comes to enliven the appeal of a classic floral bouquet.
The eau de toilette has top notes of guava fruit, rhubarb, clove, bergamot and mandarin, with heart notes of Bulgarian rose, tuberose, ylang, geranium, jasmine and orange blossom. The base is enveloping, opulent and sensual thanks to patchouli, sandalwood, tonka, vanilla, musk and benzoin.
You can watch an interview with Zarokian below,