1826 Eau de Parfum EugÃ©nie de Montijo, from the Histoires de Parfums' Feminine Characters collection, is a perfume for women in the sensual oriental olfactory family. A potion with amber and anise notes, voluptuous and delicate at the same time, like EugÃ©nie de Montijo.
- Top notes: bergamot, mandarin - Heart notes: white flowers, violet, cinnamon, ginger - Base notes: patchouli, amber, incense, woody notes, musk
EugÃ©nie de Montijo
The last Empress of France, EugÃ©nie de Montijo, was born in Granada, the Andalusian jewel, in 1826. Dazzlingly beautiful, her seductive temperament and elegance won over Napoleon. A beautiful woman, who influenced the worldly and artistic life of her time, and who inspires this luminous fragrance, a sensual amber represented by the power of white flowers and patchouli, which the Empress would love for its unforgettable trail.
Female characters of Histoires de Parfums
They are both mythical and charismatic characters that GÃ©rald Ghislain revives by imagining a fragrance for each of them. Brilliant, sensual and fascinating women make up four feminine perfumes. A romantic, mysterious, sensual or epicurean story of each woman. 1876 Mata Hari 1826 EugÃ©nie de Montijo 1873 Colette 1804 George Sand