1st multi-floral bouquet that perfumery has known. Before that, flowery fragrances were single-string, that is, created for the most part with a single type of flower or at most mixed with herbs or other essences.
What makes Houbigant’s Some Flowers fragrance unique is not only due to the flowers themselves, but the unique way they are combined to create a perfectly balanced accord. This accord served as the basis for perfumes such as Chanel n ° 5 (1921), L’Air du Temps by Nina Ricci (1948), Joy by Jean Patou (1935), Fracas by Robert Piguet (1948), Eternity by Calvin Klein. (1988), Jaipur de Boucheron (1994), Flower by Kenzo (2000), and many others.
The fragrance is made essentially from absolutes. L’Absolue is the purer and more precious form of fragrance. It is obtained by a natural process which consists of a cold extraction. Some Flowers contains rose, violet, jasmine, broom, oakmoss and beeswax absolutes.
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Olfactory Family: Floral – Woody – Powdery
Head Notes: Bergamot, Rose.
Heart Notes: Jasmine, Sandalwood.
Base notes: Musk.