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FOURNISSEUR OFFICIEL
DE LA COUR DE VERSAILLES EN 1780
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Les Eaux poudrées

Pétales de Camélia

Native to the forests of the Far East, the Camelia is often identified with Southern Japan, where it was the object of sacred rituals. Josephine de Beauharnais popularised this flower, making it fashionable as early as 1783. Her passion for the flower led the Empress to plant them in her garden at the Château de Malmaison near Paris. Parfum 100ml • Parfum 200ml OLFACTORY PYRAMID An explosion of powdery petals and fruity notes of mandarin and grapefruit, blended with delicate Camelia and lily of the valley and with a patchouli bottom note. TOP NOTES Bergamot · Mandarin · Grapefruit · Blackcurrant HEART NOTES Camelia · Jasmine Absolute · Citrus Flowers · Lily of the Valley BASE NOTES Musk · Heliotrope · Patchouli