1876 Eau de Parfum Mata Hari, from the collection of Histoires de Parfums female characters, is a perfume for women in the olfactory family chypre, spicy rose. A captivating fragrance where the spicy rose enchants, surrounded by the most beautiful woody and fruity essences.
- Top notes: bergamot, orange, litchi - Heart notes: Moldavian rose, iris, carnation, cinnamon, cumin - Base notes: sandalwood, vetiver, Gaiac wood, white musk, vanilla
Margaretha Geertruida Zelle was born in the Netherlands in 1876. Known by the exotic name of Mata Hari, a legend is created around her character of Javanese dancer. Mata Hari means eye of the day in Malay, a nice find for this famous spy, whose captivating beauty and sense of adventure lead her to an extraordinary destiny. The most intoxicating of flowers, the spicy rose is at the heart of this mysterious fragrance. Floral oriental, it invades you with multiple facets blended with jasmine, blackcurrant and musk, for a fatally glamorous look.
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