Forbidden Flower Eau de Parfum includes an Absinthe Flower fragrance, which is natural and voluptuous, innocent and stunning, yet emits the occasional crisp while often sensual floral notes.
The Absinthe Floral bouquet unveils a cascade of green, bracing and acidic notes from its Strawberry Leaf and Mimosa Stem scents.
Not as innocent as it seems…the peony is a radiant, full flower with disturbing sensuality that mixes beautifully with the powdery round character of Violet. Aniseed Flower blends subtly with this mixture of petals, releasing its absinthe aroma that boost our desire for carnal delights.
As the blossom then develops into a fruit, its bottom notes unveil a luscious warmth with a fruity sweetness, and a musky scent that is enveloped in a hint of almond and sour cherry with berry accents.
Lolita Lempicka Fleur Défendue / Forbidden Flower is available now in France, in 30 and 50 ml Eau de Parfum, and is expected to go into wider distribution next month. Update: see a review of Forbidden Flower.
And coming in July from Lolita Lempicka, Coral Flower, an oriental floral "sister scent" to 2006's L de Lolita Lempicka, developed by perfumer Maurice Roucel. It will also be available in 30 and 50 ml Eau de Parfum, and I'll post more details when I can find them. (quote via tfwa, additional information via cosmeticnews) Update: see more details about Coral Flower.