Cassis, frankincense and cashmeran, joins roses and geranium, rosemary and winter savory, cedar oil and sandalwood. "Eau de Fröhliche No. 3" by Erik Kormann, is a unique composition where for the first time ever, the chemical Cassyrane from Givaudan takes center stage in a perfume composition.
This third creation in the Eau de Fröhliche series surprises with a top note of black currant, whose natural fruitiness radiates into the floral heart of the fragrance. Cassyran, invented by Dr. Philip Kraft, remains fruity and with its high dosage fits harmoniously into the perfume composition.
The transition from the head to the heart of the fragrance is accompanied by green leaves before a delicate floral heart of rose and geranium – led by blackcurrants – reveals another facet of the eau de toilette. The heart of the fragrance offers a lively and persistent blend of watery floral and fruity nuances. Here, flowers adorned with rosemary melt with the mouthwatering notes of lychees and watermelon.
In the ambery base composed of frankincense and cashmeran, cedarwood and sandalwood, the cassis can clearly be perceived hours later.
Erik Kormann Eau de Fröhliche No. 3 is available now at First in Fragrance in Germany, in 100 ml Eau de Toilette.