Dior調香師 François Demachy：「當你去到卡拉布里亞，便會感受到真實的環境氣候，並能從種植園的美當中汲取靈感。」
François Demachy週遊列國嚴選最優質精華注入Dior香薰內，但而用於Dior經典香薰J'adore Eau de Parfum和J'adore I'Or的皇室茉莉，更是源自他的故鄉格拉斯。
Grasse Jasmine is the traditional jasmine used in perfumery. It derives its soft, delicate, fruity fragrance from the ideal conditions of its terroir, nestled between land and sea.
Today, the Bastide des Fontaines Parfumées, located in the heart of Grasse and as close as possible to the estates that grow flowers for perfume, is home to François Demachy's laboratory where he develops the future house of Dior fragrances.
Ylang Ylang means “the flower of flowers” in the different Indian Ocean cultures, where this tropical, almost magical looking flower can be found. François Demachy takes us to Nosy Be Island, Madagascar, to discover the Ylang Ylang fields where the flowers dedicated to Dior perfumes grow.
“The Ylang is a tropical flower, and everything associated with it – the sun, the heat, the light – is present in its scent. These unconscious sensations are used to evoke a sunny, joyful side in a perfume.”
François Demachy, Dior Perfumer-Creator
This yellow, sometimes almost green flower has no other choice than to stand out among the colorful tropical vegetation: It has to provide a powerful fragrance, with fruity notes, sometimes reminding us of jasmine, but with a salty accent, which gives a marine, solar touch to the perfumes.
To obtain a tailor-made Ylang, exclusive to Dior fragrances, the flowers are distilled right after the harvest in Nosy Be and then transformed in Grasse. The unique savoir-faire of the land of Grasse, where the Perfumery Art was born, gives a subtle Ylang heart, with a pronounced salty note, that François Demachy particularly looks for and uses in J’adore In Joy.
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