The rose of love is in full bloom.
What could depict the feeling of a lover, but the vibrant scent of a scarlet flower?
But, more-often-than-not, love might have a tragic end. The rose of love has dried down. Just one night has passed, and it feels like a thousand years. Crush the dried-down rose in your hands: You will get nothing but dust and a beautiful, melancholic memory of how sweet this swiftly fading romance has been.
Perfumer: Caroline Dumur
Notes: lychee, rose oxide, ambrette, Egyptian geranium, Turkish rose, green notes, patchouli, ambrarome, immortelle, cedar, musk*