Of all the flowers for which the House of Caron is known, Rose is the one that most fascinated its creator, who despite working ceaselessly with it never exhausted its subtle nuances. Inspired by notes passed down by Ernest Daltroff, Or et Noir was developed by Michel Morsetti in 1949. Félicie demanded that only the most precious essences of rose on the market be used, making it one of the most costly fragrances in the history of perfumery. All the wealth of warm and spellbinding Oriental rose blooms in this creation, alongside rosa centifolia and Bulgarian rose.
Caron Or Et Noir
Eau de Parfum
Top Notes: Bulgarian Rose, Centifolia Rose
Heart Notes: Anatolian Rose, Lilac
Base Notes: Amber