Royal Bain Eau de Toilette
Invigorating & Sparkling. In 1941, Caron created Royal Bain de Champagne exclusively to satisfy the whims of a Californian billionaire who wanted to replace his extravagant champagne baths. The nose behind this fragrance is Ernest Daltroff.
This fragrance, one of the very first unisex Eaux de Toilette, met with a surprising destiny in Latin America and Asia, where it is believed to bring happiness. Today, it has returned to its original purpose as a bath fragrance.
Top notes are lilac and rose; middle notes are opoponax, benzoin and incense; base notes are sandalwood, amber, musk, vanilla and cedar.