The delicacy and radiance of the floral bouquet enhanced by flower essences
The history of the Eau de Toilette is written around floral essences.
Obtained by distillation, a process used in High Perfumery, they produce a vibrant, radiant and delicate facet of the flower.
Essence of Yellow Mandarin from Italy, Essence of Damascus Rose and Essence of Neroli blend in perfect harmony. A special place is reserved for orange blossom, a white flower that produces Neroli Essence.
Hand-picked in the sunny groves of Tunisia, it lends a delicate, sophisticated and elegant touch to the fragrance.
Woody with a soft vanilla note, the base gives the J'adore Eau de Toilette a trail of scent with character.
ITALIAN YELLOW MANDARIN ESSENCE
Mandarin trees grow in all the countries around the Mediterranean, but Sicily is where the finest mandarins are to be found. There are several varieties of mandarin: yellow, green and red, which correspond to the different stages of the fruit's maturation. Essence of Mandarin is one of the citrus notes that adds a fresh, fruity touch. Mandarin sparks dreams of travel in the top notes of J'adore Eau de Toilette.
DAMASCENA ROSE ESSENCE
Native to Turkey and Bulgaria, the Damascus Rose is used as an essence or an absolute. A key ingredient in the perfumer's palette, it finds full expression in the heart note of J'adore.
Neroli Essence is obtained by distilling bitter orange blossoms. This evocative note divulges round, soft aromas that blend with the smooth, tender accord of the fragrance.