An unexpected, modern ode to a universal ingredient in perfumery, which the House selected in the most natural, traditional, and noble quality available: Bourbon vanilla, a direct descendant of the vanilla introduced in France under the reign of Louis XV.
A pronounced contrast between warm ingredients and a sensation of freshness; an interplay of affinities and dissimilarities; a blend of high perfumery’s traditional notes and disruptive molecules: Althaïr cultivates both distinctiveness and subtle opulence. It presents a generous trail whose heart collides notes which evolve on the skin with galvanizing synergy.
“ A magnetic, everlasting, and elegant elixir that no one can resist.”
A vanilla infused fragrance that is not sticky but rather powerful and modern, an addictive signature with strong projection at the opening which lasts. Elegance begins from the top with an aromatic combination of citruses and spices: orange flower, sparkling bergamot, warm cardamom, and evocative cinnamon. The overdose of vanilla beans brings a very refined, warm, and textured addiction at the heart. To achieve this elegant and modern signature, a combination of sensual notes, amber, woods, and leather are contrasted with notes of clean and fresh musk.