Korres has launched a trio of new fragrances:
Pepper, Jasmine, Gaiac wood oil, Passion fruit (shown) ~ "Jasmine is a climbing deciduous shrub with fragrant white or yellow flowers. The so-called jasmine absolute one of perfumery’s most sought-after ingredients is universally known for its intoxicatingly sensuous, intensely floral, warm, rich, sweet and exotic aroma. In Greece jasmine’s sweet smell is associated with blooming gardens old-style yards and open-air cinemas..."
Rose wood, Blackcurrant, Cyclamen ~ "Rose wood is an evergreen tree with a reddish barkand heartwood with an elegant, uplifting sweet floral smell that persists over the years, explaining thus its “soft/hard” name. Blackcurrant leaves, flower buds and berries, carry strongly odoriferous ingredients, lending the plantan individual scent. The distinctive aroma of blackcurrant breaks down to fresh top notes and a sharp fruity background..."
Saffron Amber, Agarwood, Cardamom ~ "Saffron more commonly associated with the cuisines of India, Morocco and Spain, fist appeared in Greece. It is Kozani in the northwest part of the country – that continues to produce the world’s finest saffron, an almost bitter-taste spice. With over 150 volatile and aroma-yielding compounds, Saffron’s original and seductive aroma has often been described by connoisseurs as reminiscent of metallic honey with grassy, hay-like notes..."
All three fragrances are available in 100 ml Eau de Toilette. (via korres)