L'Artisan Parfumeur has reissued two fragrances from the archives: Oeillet Sauvage and L'Eau du Caporal. Tea For Two will reportedly be reissued shortly.
Oeillet Sauvage ~ developed by perfumer Anne Flipo and launched in 2000. "Œillet Sauvage is a spicy and vibrant fragrance - an ode to carnations in bloom in the wild. This opus opens on lively notes of pepper combined with pink peppercorns, which tame the carnation’s exuberance while preserving its inherent sensuality. The floral heart of carnation, rose, ylang-ylang, white lily and wallflower is vivacious and colourful. Alluring notes of vanilla, cedar and musk ensure this fragrance is enticingly long-lasting."
L'Eau du Caporal ~ developed by perfumer Jacques Fraysse and launched in 1985. "L’Eau du Caporal is an invigorating interpretation of a classic ‘accord’ of perfumery: the fougère, much-loved by men and women. This Eau de Toilette opens on fresh notes of lemon and tangerine giving L’Eau du Caporal a brisk and energetic start. The aromatic notes of geranium and lavender make a captivating heart, and notes of cedar, patchouli, vetiver and oak moss create a robust and long-lasting base."
L'Artisan Oeillet Sauvage and L'Eau du Caporal are available in 100 ml Eau de Toilette, €100 each.