This cologne yields soft, subtle notes that suggest a warm, emotional universe.

 

Jasmine, lilac and violet together form a perfect accord that sets off new emotions.

Comes in: Eau de Cologne 125 ml (spray), 245 ml and 480 ml (splash bottle)

VIOLET

Derived from the Latin viola or "wild pansy", violets have two petals that point upwards to three that point downwards. That is what distinguishes them from pansies. They originally symbolised modesty, but have now come to be associated with the city of Toulouse, France. Back in 1936, Toulouse perfumer Henri Berdoues encapsulated its scent for the first time to offer it to his sweetheart.

A sweet, powdery note of violet that suggests the warm, emotional universe of the flower that is so dear to the House of Berdoues.

WHAT THE PERFUMER HAS TO SAY
VIOLET

LILAC

Lilac grows on rocky hills. This highly popular shrub is a favourite in European gardens because its attractive scented blossoms announce in the middle of spring that most roses and other summer flowers will soon be out.

A sweet, powdery note of violet that suggests the warm, emotional universe of the flower that is so dear to the House of Berdoues.

WHAT THE PERFUMER HAS TO SAY
LILAC

JASMINE

The jasmine and rose species are considered to be the two queen flowers of the perfumery world for their heady fragrance. There are over 200 species of jasmine grown and approximately seven million flowers go into making a kilogramme of absolute essence.

A sweet, powdery note of violet that suggests the warm, emotional universe of the flower that is so dear to the House of Berdoues.

WHAT THE PERFUMER HAS TO SAY
JASMIN

PERFUMING

Our perfumers, who practice olfactory alchemy, devote their energy into concocting the right proportions of citrus, floral, wood and other essences to strike a subtle balance between freshness, staying power and elegance that characterise BERDOUES 1902 Tradition Colognes, note after note.

 

Splash a few drops of our Eau de Cologne in the nape of your neck to extend your olfactory experience with an intense fragrance trail.

CONSERVATION

To preserve all the qualities of your fragrance, keep your perfume in a cool place, away from light and heat sources.

 

Keep the bottle upright and avoid over-frequent exposure of its contents to the ambient air.

The colour of the juice may change without necessarily affecting the fragrance.

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