Rose Royale - eau de toilette
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Rose Royale by Nicolaï Paris is a modern, soft and elegant rose fragrance, created by master perfumer Patricia de Nicolaï.
A real rose without decorations, the scent of the rose in full glory. A high-quality Turkish rose with black currant, subtly framed with coriander and ambrette seed. Guaiac wood and immortelle give Rose Royale a solid and elegant base.
“A tribute to the Palais Royale in Paris and the Queen of the Flower,” – Patricia de Nicolai
Ambrette Seed, Guaiac wood, Coriander, Immortelle, Passion fruit, Musk, Rose, Bergamot, Blackcurrant, Sandalwood
Patricia de Nicolaï is no stranger to haute perfumery, being a direct descendant of Pierre Guerlain. She builds on a tradition of excellence in perfumery, making use of the most valuable raw materials with a chic personal recognizable style. Her perfumes are contemporary classic, chic and with French elegance. We are truly happy that Patricia de Nicolai started her own independent haute parfum brand in 1989: Nicolaï Paris.
Floral fragrances celebrate the delicious scent of flowers, being the richest source of inspiration for perfumers. The use of flowers in perfumes have been used since antiquity; from soft delicate flowers like freesia, muguet and blossoms, to narcotic flowers like jasmine, tuberose and gardenia... Enjoy, and smell the roses!
Patricia de Nicolai
As a female pioneer in the niche perfumery, Patricia de Nicolaï took the courageous decision in 1989 to start her independent perfume house Nicolaï. It builds on a tradition of elegant French perfumery, using refined natural raw materials with a chic personal style. Because of her striking creativity and craftsmanship, Patricia became the first woman to receive the Best International Perfumer award in 1988 and was awarded the French Legion d'Honneur for her enchanting Number One creation. Her New York perfume was rated 5 stars by Luca Turin as 'one of the greatest fragrances in history'.