Terres Aromatiques by Lalique is a Woody Aromatic fragrance for women and men. Terres Aromatiques was launched in 2014. The nose behind this fragrance is Julie Masse. The new collection by Lalique was named LALIQUE NOIR PREMIER. It encompasses 6 fragrances with timeless character, creating the bridge between past and presence. Their names are: Elegance Animale, Fleur Universelle, Fruits du Mouvement, Rose Royale, Sculpteur d`Epices and Terres Aromatiques. Next to the name, each fragrance features a year crucial for Lalique history.
Terres Aromatiques 1905 is the fragrance which marks the year when Francois Coty and Rene Lalique met. This acquaintance resulted in endlessly amazing creations of perfume flacons and in the beginning of the modern perfume industry. Composition of this perfume respects the influences on Coty creations from Corsica and Provence, and provides a woody-aromatic fragrance with expressive flavors of thyme. The composition opens with cardamom, lemon and pineapple, the heart hides thyme, lavender and freesia, closing with a warm and elegant trail of tonka, vetiver and molecule orcanox.
Top notes are Cardamom, Pineapple and Lemon; middle notes are Thyme, Lavender and Freesia; base notes are Vetiver and Tonka Bean.
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