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, 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.
SAMBAC JASMINE ABSOLUTE
A symbol of feminine softness, Jasmine is one of the flowers used the most in perfumery. Its delicate scent can be a fragrance all on its own.
Imported from India to Europe around 1600, the tuberose is a herbaceous plant that bears clusters of highly fragrant white flowers. In J'adore L'absolu, Indian Tuberose Absolute brings a very intoxicating floral, tinged with honey and orange, for a noble and luxurious intensity.