Patricia de Nicolaï conveys her fascination with ‘the city that never sleeps’ with her intoxicating oriental signature: after a start of citrus bursts, pepper and clove spice up the patchouli bordered with vanilla, incense and balm. This spicy oriental was endorsed by Luca Turin, one of the top perfume critics in 1992 in the cult book Perfume, The Guide. It also haunts the San-Antonio crime novels, whose author, Frédéric Dard, was one of the first aficionados.
PETIT-GRAIN CINTONNIER • BLACK PEPPER • OAKMOSS
Bergamot, lemon, thyme, artemesia, clove, cinnamon, lavender, chamomile, vanilla, styrax, incense, musk, civet, castoreum