Tudor symbol of the end of the hundred years war. the Tudor Rose represents peace after a long and difficult struggle. It reminds us that we should come to terms with our wounds and life, and obstacles, since these challenges keep us away from ourselves. A fragrance that frees from fleeting artifices and reveals pure beauty. Petals carried away by the autumn wind, a jumble of bushes, wood , roots, and soil. A metaphor that is nothing else but a celebration of life in its simple and essential form. Deep, enigmatic and penetrating notes that end on a sweet and amber accord. Tudor is the sixth and final perfume of the Paris Collection. It is the last step of the journey , the most demanding, one that leads inside ourselves.
Top notes: rosewood, geranium, lily of the valley
Middle notes: amber wood, benzoin, soil
Base notes: rosewood, benzoin, labdanum, ambergris, vanilla from Madagascar