Habanita was born in 1921 in the joyful atmosphere of the Roaring Twenties. It goes from cigarette essence to perfume extract. The garçonnes are infatuated with the fragrance and it quickly becomes a perfume of scandal . Bold, unique, Habanita reinvents itself in Habanita La Cologne, a cologne for men and women. A fragrance in the oriental, floral, woody olfactory family that embodies audacity in a trail of freshness. Sensuality to the skin.
Top notes: bergamot, lemon, nutmeg. Heart notes: ylang-ylang, rose, rosewood, violet. Base notes: oak moss, vetiver, cedar, amber.
A creation of Célia Lerouge-Bernard, head of Molinard
Célia Lerouge-Bernard represents the fifth generation of master perfumers at Maison Molinard. She wished to create a much sweeter, lighter and less strong fragrance than the original version of Habanita perfume. A young, fearless and captivating version, with a soft woody accord, which keeps the spirit.
The bottle design of Habanita La Cologne also maintains the spirit of the brand. It bears a carved reinterpretation of the frieze by the celebrated master glassmaker and jewelry artist René Lalique (1860-1945), created especially for the black Habanita bottle. Now, for the cologne, it is presented on transparent glass.