For this second act of the Éphémère collection Emilie Bouge chose spices, travel, heat, origins and wealth.
Bengal pepper is the first species introduced to Europe in ancient times, more precious than gold, for a time it was even used the current currency.
A subtle, pleasant scent, sweeter than the pepper we use daily and never before used in perfumery, is here enhanced by nutmeg, clove absolute and ginger.
A lingering hint in an exotic air saturated by sandalwood, cashmere, leather and ambergris.
Top Notes: Bengal Pepper, Ginger
Heart Notes: Clove ,Nutmeg ,Sandalwood
Top Notes: Leather , Cashmere Wood , Amber