Jasmine, the ever-popular heart note, is highly desired and extensively used in perfumery. A fragrance chameleon, jasmine is delightfully versatile: transparent and luminous as a top note, and surprisingly animalistic and sensual as a smooth base note. Its suave, heady characteristics combine in an intoxicating wave of rich tenacity. Perfectly balancing femininity and masculinity, jasmine emits an unmistakably powerful scent that is both floral and fruity.
"The most expensive perfume in the world", launched the day after the Wall Street stock crash, caused scandal. No less than 1000 jasmine flowers from Grasse are needed to create 30 mL of this rich and bold floral composition.