Rancé 1795 - Collection Impériale - HORTENSE
Hortense, Queen of Holland, was the daughter of Joséphine. She was beautiful, seductive and intelligent, with blue eyes and golden hair, which was perfumed with the scents of Dutch flowers and spices from the distant lands which she dreamt of. In 1810, Jean Rancé created a fragrant masterpiece as a tribute to her exuberance and passionate spirit.
Jeanne Sandra Rancé has now recomposed the same oriental fragrance in a magnificent composition full of mysterious and spicy notes. Originating with a warm, seductive base, Jeanne has created a sparkling, youthful aromatic adventure full of irresistible sensuality.
The bouquet seduces with its spicy notes of cardamom, pepper and bergamot, which merge into a delightful hint of cinnamon, wrapped in the delicate aroma of rose of May. The warm base of precious woods, incense and vanilla unfold beautifully thanks to the rich splendor of exotic spices.
Top Note: Cardamom, Pepper, Bergamot
Heart Note: Rose of May, Cinnamon, Frankincense
Base Note: Cedarwood, Mahogany, Vanilla