Jean-Charles Brosseau is expanding the Ombre line with its most recent addition, Ombre Azurite, which is described as a green, ozonic and solar floral...
The jus comes housed in the old, pressed bottle which was awakened from its Art Deco ashes with the launch of Ombre Rose in 1980.
Perfumer Thomas Fontaine composed the new marine eau de parfum meant to evoke the trade winds of the Mediterranean sea, as well as the eponymous stone.
In the top, bergamot, pear and pink peppercorn open the dance followed by water jasmine, rivulet lily and peach in the heart, with cedarwood, iris, tonka bean and sandalwood making up the base.
The brand has already provided a solar floral inspired by sea and sand with Ombre Bleue; this is a revisit of the theme, with a different rollcall of notes.
SRP is 119€ for 100 ml.