Parfum d'Empire will launch a new trio of fragrances in September: Osmanthus Interdite, Fougère Bengale and Equistrius.
Osmanthus Interdite takes the Chinese empire as its inspiration, and the fruity floral features notes of green tea, osmanthus, rose, jasmine, musk and leather.
Fougère Bengale takes us to a "veritable tiger hunt in Queen Victoria's India", with notes of mint, moss, hay, gingerbread, tonka bean, tobacco, patchouli and lavender.
Equistrius is named for a racehorse owned by Marc Antoine Corticchiato, the founder of Parfum d'Empire. The woody amber scent pays tribute to the Roman Empire with notes of iris, ambrette butter, sandalwood, vetiver and chocolate.
Other recent releases from Parfum d'Empire: Iskander and Cuir Ottoman
Update: see a review of Parfum d'Empire Osmanthus Interdite.