Quelques Fleurs L'Original Eau de Parfum
Quelques Fleurs L'Original Eau de Parfum is one of the most renowned perfume classics of all time. Created by Perfumer Bienaimé in 1912, Quelques Fleurs was the first true multi-floral bouquet ever created. Up to that time, floral fragrances had been mostly single flowers or were blended with herbs and other essences.
The Genealogy of Perfumes cites Quelques Fleurs as a landmark innovation that established a totally new fragrance classification and influenced other compositions for years afterwards including many of today's important fragrances.
What makes Quelques Fleurs L'Original Eau de Parfum incomparable is not only the flowers themselves but the unique way they are composed. Just as in music it's not the notes alone but the way they are used that creates a masterpiece.
Indeed Quelques Fleurs L'Original Eau de Parfum perfectly balanced accord has set the ground for all floral parfumes that have been created ever since.
Quelques Fleurs formula has never been published. It is a blend of soft, sensual flowers. Over 250 different raw materials and more than 15,000 flowers are necessary to create just one ounce of Quelques Fleurs Eau de Parfum. Still, today, the fragrance is produced in Grasse, France, where Jean Francois Houbigant first created his perfumes in 1775.
HEAD NOTES: Bergamot, Galbanum, Tarragon, Lemon
HEART NOTES: Jasmine Absolute, Tuberose, Lily of the Valley, Violet Absolute, Rose Absolute, Ylang Ylang, Carnation, Broom flower Absolute, Orange Blossom, Beewax Absolute, Clove
BASE NOTES: Oakmoss Absolute, Sandalwood, Civet, Cedarwood, Musk, Orris, Tonka Bean.