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In 1949, as he was composing Or et Noir, Michel Morsetti was captivated by the many nuances of rose and chose to explore another facet of the queen of flowers, which this time gave the composition its name. Rose evokes the delicateness of a rosebud picked at dawn, the fragrance of wild roses. Recreating this pure, almost ethereal note, required nearly thirty different natural essences, selected from among the most sought after and costly.

Caron Rose

  • Eau de Parfum

  • Top Notes: May Rose, Bulgarian Rose
    Heart Notes: Neroli, Geranium, Iris
    Base Notes: Vanilla, Sandal Wood

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