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Simple. Solar. Smiling. It is the scent of everlasting summer. Of holidays that never end. Of long lazy lunches with friends, out in the countryside, around a big wooden table. Of flowers that just keep on blooming.

Tender verdancy, pollen, honey from the linden tree with its lovely heart-shaped leaves, an emblem of softness and flexibility for the Celts. The honeyed, apricot inflexions of broom. The tender powder of heliotrope. A bucolic bouquet made still richer with a sprig of velvety jasmine Sambac. Underlined, like a stroke of shade intensifying the radiance of an afternoon in the sun, by the smoky earthiness of vetiver...

The first of a constellation of floral fragrances, Tilia is also, for its creator Marc-Antoine Barrois and his long-time accomplice, the perfumer Quentin Bisch, the name of an imaginary star. The one that shines on happy days. An ode to simplicity and optimism.

Marc-Antoine Barrois Tilia Eau de Parfum

  • Eau de Parfum

    • Top Notes: Broom, Jasmin, Lime
    • Middle Notes: Heliotrope, Orange Blossom, Vetiver
    • Base Notes: Ambrox, Cedar, Musk, Woody Notes
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