Heady and sensual, Orangers en Fleurs Eau De Parfum by Houbigant perfume for women celebrates an irresistible aroma of orange blossom, a symbol of fertility. One of the House of Houbigant’s historic clients, Queen Victoria, wore a silk headdress wreathed in orange blossoms, and ornamented her white, silk-satin gown bodice with petal sprays at her 1840 marriage to Prince Albert. From that point onward, Victorian brides wore pastoral coronets of orange blossoms. Released in 2012, this lavish composition opens with an intoxicating burst of Egyptian jasmine and Turkish rose creating a rich bouquet of seductive nuances. At the heart are notes of tuberose, ylang-ylang flavoured with nutmeg; cedar and musk finish the composition. An enchanting floral fragrance that captivates the senses and leaves your pulse points tickling, making you feel vital, beautiful, and gloriously feminine.
Top Notes: orange blossom, Turkish rose, Egyptian jasmine,
Heart Notes: tuberose, ylang-ylang from Comores, nutmeg
Base Notes: cedarwood, musk
Design House: Houbigant Paris
Year Introduced: 2012
The item is dispatched from US warehouse