Bon Parfumeur 303 Eau de Parfum – Piment, Baie Rose, Benjoin – 100ml
Bon Parfumeur 303 Eau de Parfum – Piment, Baie Rose, Benjoin – 100ml

What does chili smell like?
Legend has it that Napoleon’s troops put chili pepper in their boots to keep their feet warm during their retreat from Moscow. It is a warm and very potent spice indeed, similar to pepper, cloves, nutmeg and cinnamon. Chili lends a creation depth and adds texture to citrus and floral notes. As a fixative, it helps to make a fragrance last longer. The leaves and berries are steam-distilled to extract the essential oil. This ingredient is not commonly found in fragrances. These kinds of rare raw materials are helping to reinvent perfumery.

What is ylang-ylang?
This marvelous rich, sunny and totally hypnotic yellow flower grows in north-west Madagascar, an island in the western Indian Ocean. In Indonesia, its name means “flower of flowers”. Ylangylang is picked carefully by hand with collection beginning in the early morning between 5 a.m. and 8 a.m. After sunrise, the flowers spoil and their quality of their scent suffers as a result. These flowers are immediately steamdistilled to obtain the precious essence. The fresh flower smells different to the essence, which is a lot more powerful. In terms of its scent, it is really a cross between tuberose and jasmine. It presents the sensuality of white flowers alongside fruity, creamy and exotic facets.

What is benzoin?
Incisions are made into this wood from Laos, releasing a semi-liquid resin that quickly becomes hard and brittle. Physically, it looks like frankincense with little brown-orange lumps called “tears”. But make no mistake, their scents are very different! Benzoin reveals warm sensual vanillalike facets of toffee and honey. They enhance base notes and extend a fragrance’s wear as benzoin makes an excellent fixative. When combined with vanilla and labdanum, it creates an amber accord. Benzoin is beautifully showcased in Guerlain’s Shalimar. Its resin has been used since ancient times to cleanse the air.

Parfumeur: Nathalie Koobus

Made in: France

Packaging: Glass bottle with atomizer

Ingredients: Alcohol Denat., Fragrance,  Water, Benzyl Alcohol, Benyl Benzoate, Benzyl Cinnamate, Benzyl Salicylate, Cinnamyl Alcohol, Citral, Citronellol, Coumarin, Eugenol, Farnesol, Geraniol, Isoeugenol, Limonene, Linalool. 79% Vol.

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Bon Parfumeur
303 Eau de Parfum – Piment, Baie Rose, Benjoin – 100ml

Eau de Parfum
€145.00 * €150.00 * (3.33% Saved) / 0.1 l
(€1,450.00 / 1 l)

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  • Less waste
  • Vegan
  • Travel-size

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303 Eau de Parfum – Piment, Baie Rose, Benjoin – Sample

303 by Bon Parfumeur plays with contrasts of hot and cold spices and combines them to a sensual experience. Light and shadow. Soft and prickly. This fragrance is a spice infusion with hot floral and warm notes of amber, highlighted by notes of benzoin, tolu balm and vetiver. The fragrance owes its delicate yet strong character to this interplay of natural ingredients, leaving a sensual veil on the skin.
All fragrances from Bon Parfumeur can be mixed or "layered". For this you can, depending on the desired intensity, spray the recommended combination on top of each other with the actual fragrance. This perfume combines particularly well with 104 for a green freshness, 103 for a fresh warm touch and 902 for a dry woody note.

Top Notes: Cardamone, Pink Berries, Chilli pepper
Heart Notes: Ylang Ylang, Patchouli, Tolu balm
Base Notes: Vetiver Java & Haiti, Musc, Benzoin

Bon Parfumeur
Bon Parfumeur
Gegründet: 2016
Herkunft: France

Be your own perfumer thanks to Bon Parfumeur's Mix & Match. For two years, Ludovic Bonneton, a passionate collector and perfume lover, worked with renowned fragrance experts to develop fragrance creations from the various fragrance families. The line was created to fulfil fragrance lovers' long-held desire to create their own scent according to their own whim.
Developed in France, the unisex fragrances stand on their own, yet invite you to mix and match to create creative new creations and leave your own personal scent trail ...More

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