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701 Eucalyptus, Coriander, Cypress

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701 Eucalyptus, Coriander, Cypress

If you like to surprise, try this fragrance! It begins with substantial, slightly fruity freshness and a hint of bitterness lent by the duo of grapefruit and bergamot. 701 bursts with spices and aromatics; pepper, rosemary, coriander, eucalyptus, cypress ' boom! They turn up the temperature and combine marvelously with the white wood, amber and frankincense. PS: Have you detected the hidden cannabis note?

What does aromatic mean?

This word calls gastronomy to mind, but it's also a category of fragrances. It brings together fresh, invigorating, herbal and floral notes like aromatic herbs, lavender, cypress and eucalyptus. Aromatics are leaving the kitchen and entering our fragrances. You can find basil, mint, marjoram, thyme, rosemary, sage, tarragon, lemongrass, dill and so many others. Aromatic notes are often used to compose foug're scents. Although this fragrance family is named after the French word for 'fern', it has nothing to do with the plant and is more of an olfactory impression. It calls to mind the underbrush. The foug're accord is based on lavender and woody notes, oakmoss, coumarin and bergamot, like in Jicky by Guerlain. This was the first fragrance owned by Ludovic Bonneton, founder of Bon Parfumeur.

How to recognize eucalyptus ?

Have you ever seen its little blue-green leaves in the south of France? They have a strong-smelling fresh, camphoric and woody aroma. Eucalyptus leaves and branches are steamdistilled to obtain the essential oil. As a top note, its bursting stimulating facets give a fragrance a feeling of expansion. It creates a direct impression of freshness and vitality. Due to its cleansing properties, it is subconsciously associated with the medicinal scent of a sauna or steam room.

What is cypress?

You might think of Mediterranean landscapes with their rows of cypresses, but this tree also grows in the United States, Kenya, India and China. Its essence is citrusy, camphoric, woody and aromatic with accents of pine. It gives off bracing and invigorating facets. We love the sensation of fresh air that it creates.

Mix & Match:

Become your very own perfumer by mixing two fragrances together. Strike the right balance for a result that is just as unique as you are. Inquisitive minds will appreciate the match of 701 and 903. This combination offers definite character and diffuses readily. Say no more. Gently does it! Orange blossom and fruity notes unite as one when 701 is mixed with 001 to give a more delicate fragrance.

How to use it:

Spritz on pulse points like wrists, neck, behind ears, and inner elbows to make your fragrance last longer.

Available in the following sizes:

30 ml (1 fl.oz.)
100 ml (3,4 fl.oz.)


Alcohol denat., water, fragrance, limonene, linalool, coumarin, citral, geraniol, citronellol. 83% vol. 







White wood

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It all began at Takasago, where Pierre Bourdon trained Benoist to be a perfumer. He then worked at Quest, followed by Fragrances Ressources, before ending up at Drom in 2014. The ingredients Benoist finds addictive are vetiver, for its complexity and duality, but also osmanthus, woods and flowers... In short, natural ingredients! Freshness and sensuality are also two aspects that he loves to work, shape and reinvent. A fan of regattas, sailing and diving, the sea is a major source of inspiration for him. He sees it as an extraordinary breath of fresh air. Travel naturally influences his creations, but so do his interactions and shared moments with others. He told us about his olfactory interview with Olivier Roellinger and his original approach to Sichuan pepper, and also how he discovered incredible new citrus fruits like caviar lime at Bachès. He loves to discover new horizons and to draw on these experiences. He thinks a Bon Parfumeur has the talent of making originality wearable.

Benoist Lapouza