Cabochard Eau de Toilette
Returning from a travel to India where she discovered a new scented universe, Madame Grès decides to launch a perfume in 1959: Cabochard Eau de Toilette, created by perfumer Bernard Chant. Cabochard - named after Madame Grès? stubborn character - is the ultimate Chypre fragrance for women. It is classical and innovative, smooth and harsh, tamed and wild. It is Cabochard Eau de Toilette.
Top note: The fragrance opens on an assertive whiff of two contrasting ingredients: the green, dry, androgynous galbanum meets the languid, intoxicating and glamourous ylang-ylang.
Heart note: The feminine ylang-ylang?s petals then mingle with other precious, noble flowers: bright Bulgarian rose and jasmine from Grasse, which give Cabochard its classical touch.
Base note: In the drydown, the fragrance gets darker and deeper thanks to intense ingredients such as moss, vetyver, musks and patchouli that exude mystery and exotic sensuality.