Spicy and at the same time powdery, silky and spicy, Oeillet Louis XV softens and confuses with its paradoxes. Reminiscent of ancient times, the dusty note vanishes and gives way to spicy notes of cloves. Oeillet Louis XV is the tribute to the beloved French king Louis XV who saw the birth of Oriza and became his most illustrious client. The white carnation is at the center of this fragrance and is the source of its dichotomy. A symbol of true love under the monarchy, the flower embodied the fire of the French revolution. As a perfume, white carnation is as intoxicating as the finest poison; a delicate blend of mandarins, irises and light woody accords, which cannot resist the violence of pepper and spicy cloves. The pink carnation bears a note of bitterness, symbol of Mary's pain. Legend has it that the flower slipped where Mary's tears fell as she saw Jesus carried on the cross. Contrasts, olfactory and symbolic, better describe "Oeillet Louis XV", an elegant fragrance that never ceases to amaze.
Top notes: pink pepper, mandarin.
Heart notes: White carnation, white orchid, iris, rose and cloves.
Tail Notes: Rice, white musk, white honey, woody and powdery notes.