The crème de la crème of perfumery, ciste labdanum is an ever-so-spicy and amber-like resin adored by perfumers and fragrance wearers alike. Sometimes interpreted as having slight leathery or honey-like nuances with hints of plum, ciste labdanum is revered for its powerfully complex qualities. Hints of floral undertones and deeply warm facets make this resin a popular note in ambery fragrances.
Created by Jacques Polge in 1984, Coco is a tribute to Coco Chanel. “For Coco, I wanted an “anti-floral”, in order to find the other side of the Chanel style: this baroque and contradictory streak, which Cuir de Russie, Bois des Iles or Sycomore had developed over the 20s.” For Chanel, “This perfume inaugurates a new olfactory generation. A lush oriental symphony which gradually reveals its contrasting notes. "