Nomenclature – Efflor_esce

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The flower of angels | Floral

Touched by the luminous soul of jasmine, the fruit, leaves, twigs and blossoms ofthe orange tree unfurl their heady, sun-gorged scents. Bergamot adds its peppery sparkle; osmanthus, the yielding velvet of its apricot and suede flesh; tuberose, its narcotic sillage. This is nature, but better: Paradise found.

Notes: Neroli, tuberose, bergamot, bigarade, osmanthus.

Molecule: Paradisone®

Nose: Frank Voelkl

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Description

Efflor_esce

In the astonishingly radiant Efflor_esce by Nomenclature, Frank Voelkl blows its heavenly breeze over an edenic Sicilian orchard. Touched by the luminous soul of jasmine, the fruit, leaves, twigs and blossoms ofthe orange tree unfurl their heady, sun-gorged scents. Bergamot adds its peppery sparkle; osmanthus, the yielding velvet of its apricot and suede flesh; tuberose, its narcotic sillage. This is nature, but better: Paradise found.

Molecule: Paradisone®

Ever since it infused Edmond Roudnitska’s groundbreaking Eau Sauvage with its citrus-tinged, floral airiness, Hedione®, an analogue of a compound naturally present in jasmine, has been one of the most widely-used materials in perfumery. Paradisone®, a captive molecule patented in 1996 by Firmenich, is its purest, most precious and most powerful expression.

Paradisone® is “the angelic aroma of one million flowers, a storm of delicacy and diffusion,” in the poetic words of the perfumer Arcadi Boix-Camps

Nomenclature - Efflor_esce

Additional information

Size

Eau de Parfum 100ml

Olfactory group

Floral

Gender

Man and Woman

Nose

Frank Voelkl

Country

United States

Year

2015