Patchouli Nobile Perfume

Nobile 1942

Luca Turin, the most accredited critic in the perfumed world, defined Patchouli Nobile as “one among the 10 fragrances most interesting at the moment." (November 2009, Sunday Times)

Dry and earthy, this fragrance has a fresh lemon-white peppercorn citrus-spice opening, then it bursts into incense (which returns us to our origins, communion with nature,) evoked by a floral heart of jasmine, strengthened by patchouly, guaiac wood and cistus and (to listening to our primordial instinct,) settles into a smooth bed of amber, labdanum, tonka, oak moss, patchouli, and sandalwood.

OLFACTORY FAMILY: Oriental



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