Eau De Parfum

901 Nutmeg, Almond, Patchouli

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Eau de parfum. Sensual blond wood, citrus fruits.

A very fresh top note accompanies the bitterness of grapefruit, and the heat of its spices meets woody tones, almost vanilla-like in their softness. The bottom note opens onto more sensual hints of leather and the spice deepens, inviting curiosity as the fragrance evolves.

Now available in travel size.

Olfactive Family : citrus

Mix & Match: 

Bon Parfumeur perfumes are designed to be associated with each other according to your own desires. For a more fresh twist we advise you to associate with #001 .

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:

New travel size 15 ml (0.5 fl.oz.)
30 ml (1 fl.oz.) 
100 ml (3,4 fl.oz.)


Alcohol denat., fragrance, water, hydroxycitronellal, coumarin, limonene, eugenol, citral. 84% vol.

Cruelty free




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A keen traveler at heart, Corinne developed a passion for perfumery as a result of the delicious scents she has come across everywhere from France to the West Indies. She joined Florasynth, followed by Créations Aromatiques, and has now worked with Drom fragrances for over 20 years. She is influenced by the vibrant beauty of spices, the energy of citrus fruits, and the reassurance of balsamic notes. She draws on her personal experiences to bring her fragrances to life but her greatest muse is nature, a source of endless treasures and a reflection of power and serenity. She is also a devoted rugby fan and loves the jovial atmosphere and community spirit of matches. It is the perfect expression of beauty in strength. What she likes about Bon Parfumeur is its Mix & Match combinations. Corinne believes that everyone should be able to build their own scent identity by layering fragrances. For her, a Bon Parfumeur knows how to integrate their own sensitivity to develop a fragrance that people identify with.

Corinne Cachen