In 1923, while working towards a major event with the opening of a branch in the United States on 389 Fifth Avenue in New York, Ernest Daltroff created a new olfactory variation on the theme of Narcissus. Twelve years on from the success of his fragrance Narcisse Noir, he produced a minimalist, crystalline interpretation of this flower. The very pared-down structure of the fragrance, made up of some of the most noble flowers – jasmine, rose, lilac, and orange blossom – gave it an extraordinary purity.
Caron Narcisse Blanc
Eau de Parfum
Top Notes: Orange Blossom, Neroli
Heart Notes: Lilac, Petitgrain
Base Notes: Iris, Sandal Wood