Poivre du Bengale
Kipling said that those who have never seen India didn’t know what seeing was meaning.
It’s even more true when it comes to smells.
For the second act of the Ephemere Collection, I choose the spice, the journey, the heat, the origin, the opulence…
The Bengal pepper has been the first spice to reach Europe at antiquity time.
More precious than gold, the Bengal pepper was even replacing the currency. A subtle jewel, smooth, sweeter than our daily pepper, and never used in the perfumery before. Highlighted thanks to the nutmeg, the absolute clove and ginger…
A bite in an exotic air, saturated by sandalwood, cashmere wood, leather and gray amber…
An enchanting fragrance for the aficionado of the perfumery….