A spicy floral elixir
Poison is a skin scent like no other. In the Extrait de Parfum, François Demachy revisited the legendary accord by enhancing its sensual character. Highlighting the strength of its spicy notes, he created a floral elixir with a deep, lingering trail of scent. With raw materials like Coriander, Vanilla, Tuberose Absolute and Rose de Mai Absolute.
The Poison bottle was designed like forbidden fruit sculpted in an amethyst with deep reflections of light. Gold thread tied by hand around its neck adds another precious touch. Each bottle is sealed with a baudruche film, adorned with a perfumer bow, and affixed with the Dior wax stamp.
The Extrait is the exalted olfactory idea of an accord. It is the original, principal accord of the fragrance.
- TUBEROSE ABSOLUTE
Produced in Russia and steam distilled, coriander, mainly used in cooking, is classified as an aromatic. It contains linalool, adding fresh, peppery and zesty notes to fougere, citrus and chypre fragrances. Captivating and mysterious, it is the enchanting top note of Poison Extrait de Parfum
- TUBEROSE ABSOLUTE
Tuberose is composed of spikes of highly perfumed white flowers. Indian Tuberose absolute releases a soft, honeyed floral note in the heart of the fragrance, giving captivating opulence to Poison Extrait de Parfum.
The white flowers of the vanilla plant produce a fruit that takes 8 to 9 months to ripen. Vanilla beans are picked just before they are ripe and undergo a 34-month ripening process. Their fragrance develops and vanilla crystals form. Vanilla gives off its sweet, spicy harmonies. This serene, sensual scent flourishes as a base note in Poison Extrait de Parfum.
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