American, Californian, LA-based niche label Musc et Madame Est. 2015 released a new scent named Jonquille Thé...
"Empowered and magnetic, JONQUILLE THE relies on potent absolute of white narcissus flower, a honeyed perfume enriched with musky and hypnotic pungency. On the skin, this self-possessed scent exposes itself with earthy notes of rich black tea and ripe apricot flesh."
The Cali brand puts the accent on naturals and more particularly on the pairing of floral absolutes with animalistic musks. Contrary to the prevalent unisex niche ethos, they claim to create a perfumery which is uniquely slanted towards women as their fragrances are meant to be "warm, feminine and intimate,"
Such rich perfumes, we are told, are bound to appear cloudy due to the high proportion of essences and absolutes they use. Scents are said to be hand-made in small batches and to be cruelty-free.
Notes for Jonquille Thé include jonquil absolute, orange blossom absolute, apricot, black tea, orris root, jasmine sambac, tagetes, vetiver, bergamot, tonka bean, linden blossom, leather and velvet.
SRP is $110 for an Eau de Parfum 1.7 fl oz / 50 ml