Jean-Charles Brosseau, originally a French millinery brand, which has given the modern classic Ombre Rose to the world of perfumery, regularly continues to release scents offering a nostalgic chord, if only for the powdery notes leitmotive, a trademark of the house. In 2017, the collection Fleurs d'Ombre sees the addition of Thé Poudré (Powdery Tea)...
The composition is built around the idea of combining Darjeeling tea leaves with powdery notes of iris, heliotrope, mimosa and white musks, with the warm glow of marigold (Tagetes) and Earl Grey.
The "fresh powdery floral" has top notes of bergamot, mimosa and "green heliotrope", with heart notes of Earl Grey Tea, marigold and yellow Tuscan iris. The base features Virginian cedarwood, Mysore Sandalwood, tonka bean, and white musks.
Available in 30 ml and 100 ml eau de parfum for 47€ and 101€ respectively.
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