L’Artisan Parfumeur has launched À Fleur de Pêche, a new fruity floral chypre fragrance.
The irresistible portrait of a juicy, floral and fuzzy peach. À Fleur de Pêche celebrates the distinct and delicate sensations of a fruit often forgotten by modern perfumery.
With À Fleur de Pêche, [perfumer] Antoine Maisondieu captures the essence of the peach, an elegant fruit that seduced the gourmets of Louis XIV's court. By combining its fruity, floral and woody notes with unexpected ingredients, the unique fragrance reflects all the facets of the fruit, from its juicy flesh to its soft skin and woody core.
"This is L'Artisan Parfumeur's first peach fragrance and the challenge was to craft it in a very elegant way while remaining as close to the fruit as possible." — Antoine Maisondieu
The notes include bergamot, salted peach, rose, jasmine, amber, tonka, amber and patchouli.
L’Artisan Parfumeur À Fleur de Pêche is available in 100 ml Eau de Parfum.
(via artisanparfumeur, additional information via sephora.fr, selfridges)
Tempting! But I can’t help but wonder if TF Bitter Peach got them started along this path.
Peach seems to be having a mini moment, yes…not quite at cherry or pistachio levels as yet
I’m decidedly not a peach person, and “woody notes” are usually overbearing on my skin, but something about this has me preemptively hooked.
There were a couple peach fragrances I really liked, but too tired to think of them this morning!
I’ll gladly order a sample (if I remember to). I still haven’t tried TF Bitter Peach. I do like a peachy note. I sure wish L’Artisan still sold scents in 50ml sizes. My ideal size is about 30ml!
Hey, remember when L’Artisan did 15 ml? That was the perfect size.