- Design House: Caron
- Fragrance Notes: Rose, Aldehyde, Ylang-Ylang, Carnation, Oak Moss And Musk.
- Year Introduced: 1934
- Recommended Use: romantic
The truly classic fragrance of Fleurs de Rocaille (Rock Garden Flowers) was introduced by Caron in 1933. This very feminine fragrance opens with rose and aldehyde top notes. The aldehyde fades quickly to reveal a richly floral middle note featuring ylang-ylang and carnation. Hours later, the warm, rich bottom notes of oak moss and musk show through, just in time for the most romantic part of your evening. The progression of this unique perfume makes it perfect for a night out with someone special.
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