The intensity of a floral bouquet enhanced with flower absolutes
The history of Absolutes has its roots in flower absolutes.
Obtained by extraction, an Haute Parfumerie procedure, absolutes have a deep, sensual and intense facet.
Luxuriant and sophisticated, J'adore L'absolu sublimely enhances the intensity and sensuality of its floral notes in a perfume in which floral absolutes are harmoniously combined: sweet and vibrant Damask rose, seductive and luminous Sambac jasmine, and powerful, voluptuous Indian tuberose.
DAMASCENA ROSE ABSOLUTE
Native to Turkey and Bulgaria, Damask rose, used in absolute form, is a must-have in the perfumer's palette.
SAMBAC JASMINE ABSOLUTE
The symbol of feminine softness, jasmine is one of the most widely used flowers in perfumery. Its delicacy makes it a perfume in its own right.
Imported from India to Europe around 1600, tuberose is a herbaceous plant with clusters of highly fragrant white flowers. In J'adore L'absolu, Indian tuberose absolute adds a very heady, honeyed and orange-toned floral dimension, a distinguished and luxurious intensity.