Parfumerie Generale – 25 – Indochine
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Eau de parfum
Oriental Spicy/Ambery Powder
“1920 : A sepia-toned cruise following the course of the mighty Mekong River, a kaleidoscope of ephemeral dawns shrouded in mist and glorious days of radiant sunshine. Slow down, just enjoy the dampness and close your eyes. Beyond the riverbanks, our dreams of Indochina… ”
Over the course of his imaginary journey down the Mekong in the 1920s, Guillaume has gathered ingredients rarely used in perfumery as a sensuous setting for benzoin's vanillic, powdery and spicy facets. Its creaminess is brought out by the smoky, milky undertones of tanakha, a traditional cosmetic whose smell is reminiscent of sandalwood. Subtle Kampot pepper from Cambodia, considered to be the best in the world, and green, sparkling Ceylonese cardamom, underline the spiciness, while Laotian honey wraps the accords in the quirky-gourmand notes that are the trademark of so many Parfumerie Générale fragrances. The result is a fascinating, intensely sensuous fragrance that feels as though it could be burned in a temple, blended into an edible delicacy or used as an aphrodisiac.
Notes: Siam benzoin resinoid, Kampot pepper, Ceylonese cardamom, Burmese tanakha, Laotian honey.