Inédite Eau de Parfum
"A fresh but sweet, spicy "floriental" fragrance"
Aziyadé, a young Circassian harem girl imprisoned in an oriental palace, embodies the unreachable and sensual beauty of which every man dreams. The word "inédite" means "unpublished" in French, like the story the young author in love with Aziyadé didn't dare tell. The sweet seduction of sugared almonds warms up into a harmony of vanilla and roses, reminding us of those spicy sweets so adored by oriental beauties.
After a top note of rose water that is fresh and pure like a Sicilian orange, Inédite is a sweet and spicy creation adorned with a floral harmony of heliotrope, lilac and rose, and topped with a fruity note of nectarines. Vanilla, iris and patchouli transform the sweet seduction of sugared almonds into aromas of cinnamon, pepper and coriander. Cedar and musk base notes make its Eastern-inspired foundation even more irresistible.
Aziyadé was the impossible love of famous writer and naval officer Pierre Loti, who desperately yearned for this unreachable beauty, imprisoned in an oriental palace in 19th century Byzantium. Fragrance created by Thomas Fontaine in 2009.