"The air in the closed room was heavy with a mixture of odours: soap, face powder, the pungent scent of cologne". Henri Barbusse, The Inferno, 1908. This is the phrase from a novel by Henri Barbusse that inspired "Poudre de Riz", a fragrance for a deliciously amber embrace: the old-fashioned charm of an accord of "Poudre de Riz" tinged with rose petals and the timeless sensuality of a monoi infused with vanilla pods.
Perfume family: oriental, floral, gourmand
Notes: tiare flower, coconut milk, vanilla, rice, maple sap, caramel, sandalwood, iris, cedarwood, tonka beans, tolu balsam, benzoin, Damask rose