Roger & Gallet has launched the Heritage collection, with four more reissued fragrances joining the brand's Collection d’Eaux Parfumées Bienfaisantes / Collection of Wellbeing Fragrant Waters: Gingembre, Lavande Royale, Shiso and Thé Vert.
Gingembre (shown) ~ Originally introduced 2003. "Warm spices, bergamot zest, vanilla-like accents... Ginger is an epicurean fragrance that celebrates delectable delights. An explosion of sweet and sour aromas that enchant both the sense of taste and the sense of smell. Sensual, natural Ginger extract with energizing properties gives the composition its character. Spicy notes are quickly immersed in the amber and woody warmth of Benzoin."
Lavande Royale ~ Originally introduced 1889. "Lavande Royale offers a change of scenery, with aromatic and woody notes from Provence. Sweet and fresh, essential oil of lavender, known for its relaxing action on the body and mind, gives the composition comforting roundness. Its aromatic facets are awakened by the cheerful, sunny notes of bergamot. The drydown exudes dry and woody notes of cedar that add royal elegance to this country freshness."
Shiso ~ Originally introduced 2012. "Native to Asia, Shiso is a fully unique note that exudes fresh green elegance. Combined with petitgrain and zesty sparkling mandarin, it radiates with vibrant and natural freshness. An abounding green fragrance rounded out by the powdery scent of peony and the woody accents of sandalwood. A vivacious energy that leads to new horizons..."
Thé Vert ~ Originally introduced 2000. "Thé vert is an airy fragrance similar to a cloud of tea, a luminous harmony of lemony and woody notes that invites you to take your time and savor the moment. Perfectly well-balanced, the caress of Calabrian lemon awakens citrus notes. The heart unfolds with natural green tea extract, soothing and relaxing the senses. Enveloping us like a cloud of milk, Guaiac Wood plunges us into a warm woody base."
Roger & Gallet Gingembre, Lavande Royale, Shiso and Thé Vert are available in 100 ml Eau Parfumée Bienfaisante / Wellbeing Water.
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