Houbigant Quelques Fleurs Royale Extrait de Parfum

 

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French Maison Houbigant was founded in 1775 by Jean-François Houbigant. The modest boutique was located at no.19 Rue de Foubourg Saint-Honoré, Paris, and was named ‘A la Corbeille de Fleurs’ (At the flower basket). His first products were toilet waters, powders and scented gloves. Since 1872 most of the products of the French Maison were sold to the aristocracy, nobility, clergy and the best known names.

Enjoy a fragrance that has stood the test of time with the Houbigant Quelques Fleurs Royale Extrait de Parfum Spray, a pure perfume extract version of the Quelques Fleurs Royale fragrance, created by perfumer Robert Bianiame,

Top notes: Blackcurrant, Grapefruit
Heart notes: Jasmine Absolute, Rose Absolute, Violet, Tuberose Absolute, Beeswax Absolute
Base notes: Sandalwood, Cedarwood, Vanilla, Musk

The story of this alluring fragrance begins with vivacious nods of grapefruit, stirred with juicy bites of blackcurrant. A blossoming floral heart takes centre stage as white jasmine petals mingle with intriguing notes of violet and beeswax absolute. The exquisite perfume closes with a precious song of sandalwood, caressed by sensuous notes of vanilla and musk.

 

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Made from the finest and highest quality materials, the Houbigant Quelques Fleurs Royale Extrait de Parfum has remarkable longevity and quality. An ode to the essence produced for Princess Adelaide d’Orleans 175 years ago – Royale Eau de Parfum, Quelques Fleurs Royale’s multi-floral character celebrates the link between past and present with its plush aroma.

Houbigant Quelques Fleurs Royale Extrait de Parfum is available as 100ml. Come into the wonderful world of Houbigant.

 

 

 

 

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