Eau de parfum. Sweet ray of sunshine and red berries.
What is this red fruit? It’s on the tip of your tongue. Could it be raspberry? Explosive with hints of rose, it adds a touch of sexiness. Warmed by a floral hint in the form of neroli and jasmine, it illuminates the entire creation. Vanilla, ambergris and musks intertwine, converging to become one with this fragrance.
Do you know where vanilla comes from?
Prized for its faceted, gourmand sweetness, vanilla can be found in both fine perfumery and gastronomy. Originally from Mexico, today it is grown in Madagascar, which is the number-one producer worldwide. Six hundred flowers yield 6 kg (13 lbs) of vanilla pods. Collecting its absolute is very labor-intensive with a great number of steps involved. Pollination is followed by harvesting, then the pods must be dried and fermented in the sun to ensure they develop the most delicate aromas. Next they are sorted, their scents inspected, and crushed. Solvent extraction can begin!
What color do you see?
just marketing, others truly believe that “Perfumes, sounds, and colors correspond” – like Charles Baudelaire for instance. In fact it is common knowledge that the sense of smell has the strongest attachment to the emotions and the subconscious. Each odor has a direct link to our own catalog of scents amassed over time thanks to our various life experiences. A raspberry will most certainly smell pink or red to most of us. Yet when it comes to more unique and uncommon notes, we will assign a color to them according to our feelings and memories
Ingredients: Alcohol denat., parfum (fragrance), aqua (water), anise alcohol, benzyl alcohol, benzyl benzoate, benzyl salicylate, geraniol, hydroxycitronellal, isoeugenol, limonene, linalool. 80% vol.
How to use it: Spritz on pulse points like wrists, neck, behind ears, and inner elbows to make your fragrance last longer.
Available in the following size: 30 ml (1 fl.oz.)
Ludovic Bonneton, founder creates a perfumery as it existed in the past and as we dream of it today. Bon Parfumeur.
Ludovic has a colorful olfactory path that he draws line by line. He successively wore Jicky by Guerlain or Vetiver by Carven as a teenager (and almost all vetivers afterwards), Habit Rouge or Pour un Homme by Caron. Then, he enthusiastically discovered the new, more confidential houses. Houses that practice, then, a real return to the roots of perfumery, by putting the fragrance back at the centre of their products. Over time and his travels, Ludovic plays with his collection of perfumes, takes pleasure in wearing them and works them according to his mood, or even the weather.
He moved to Cali, Colombia. And then, one day, somewhere on the Pacific coast, he lets the Colombian winds talk to him. They blow him away to create a brand that reflects his own vision of fragrances. A personal, innovative and unique brand. To the rhythm of his thousand and one ideas, supported by a very fine team, the founder of Bon Parfumeur gives life to his desires.