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Frapin

Eau de Parfum

$ 155.00 - $ 180.00

1270

Re-orchestrated by Sidonie Lancesseur, its warm-hued palette runs from golden pineapple to candied orange, ambery raisins, purple prunes and russet hazelnuts to the roasted duskiness of cocoa and coffee. Facets of vanilla and smoky guaiac wood evoke an outbreak of vine branches in the fireplace...

Olfactory pyramid:
Top: Candied orange, Nuts, Raisins, Prunes, Cocoa, Tonka bean, Cofee.
Heart: Vine flowers, Everlasting flowers, Linden, Pepper, Spices.
Base: Precious woods, Gaiac wood, White honey, Vanilla.

1697

Composed by Bertrand Duchaufour, the liquor drains an opulent floral bouquet dominated by rose and jasmine. The tannic background, amber, woody patchouli, echoes the flavors of eaux-de-vie aged in oak length. The leather and tobacco cistus effects softened by tonka bean, is musk carried and amplifies the heady wake of the fragrance.

Olfactory pyramid:
Top: Cabreuva, davana, jamaïcan rum, ciste, pink berries
Heart: Jasmin sambac, hawthorn, ylang ylang, clove bud ,ceylan cinnamon, sweet dried fruit, rose essence 
BaseAmbre gris, tonka bean, patchouli, cedarwood, ciste, white muscs, vanilla

L’HUMANISTE

It is to François Rabelais, the most illustrious member of the dynasty, that the house of Frapin has dedicated L’Humaniste, a fragrance as bracing and limpid as the curious, open minds of Renaissance men. Its playful ‘gin’ accord is a wink to Rabelaisian humour and to the oracle of the Divine Bottle consulted by Pantagruel.

Olfactory pyramid:
Top: Lemon oil, bergamot oil, Cardamome, Pink berries, Black pepper
Heart: Juniper berries, Nutmeg, Thyme, Peony
Base: Gin, Oak moss, Tonka bean

CARAVELLE ÉPICÉE

If cognac was born to travel, it is because the delicate wine of the Charente couldn’t stand the trip. The Dutch started distilling it into brandewijn, the ‘burnt wine’ which gave its name to brandy, and drank it with water. Once this brandy was distilled a second time, which concentrated its aromas, cognac was born. In this guise, the precious bottles could withstand long journeys aboard the merchant ships that carried it all over the world, bringing back spices and precious woods from their far-flung destinations.

Olfactory pyramid:
Top: Coriander, Nutmeg
Heart: Hot pepper, Thyme, Gaiac wood
Base: Patchouli, Amber, Tobacco, Sandalwood

PASSION BOISÉE

Against this backdrop, some of the most characteristic aromas of cognac conjure an evocative setting. The warm Christmas smell of tangerine spiked with cloves. The burning spices in a glass of rum. The smoothness of a leather armchair or of a jacket worn soft by years of love. A whiff of night-time forest through an open window…

Olfactory pyramid:
Top: Mandarin, Nutmeg
Heart: Rum, Oak moss, Clove bud
Base: Leather, Patchouli, Cedarwood


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3.3 fl oz/ 100ml

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