The new Isabey La Route d’Emeraude fragrance
Launched at the TFWA 2012, in Cannes, La Route d’Emeraude is the newest addition to the Isabey perfume collection. The luxurious fragrance collection was created by the house of Isabey and consists of three superb editions – L’Ambre de Carthage, Isabey Gardenia and Fleur Nocturne.
The most recent one, La Route d’Emeraude, was inspired from journeys into the emerald triangle bounded by Laos, Cambodia and Thailand. The outer packaging and the bottle that house this magnificent aroma were designed and created by the acclaimed Julien Viard, inspired by the Far East in 1924 and oriental styles.
Now we’re delighted to present this 2012 vintage reedition of the piece, which provides mixes of cinnamon, rose oil and bergamot. The most stunning aspect of this particular fragrance is the seductive aroma of sambac jasmine, engulfed in Moroccan jasmine absolute, tuberose and orange blossom. The almost intoxicating combination of floral scents is ultimately warmed by base notes of musk, amber, vanilla and benzoin.
Price and availability wise, Isabey La Route d’Emeraude is purchasable in a superb glass bottle with gold stopper, containing a dose of 50 ml of perfume, packed in a yellow outer cardboard box with relief motifs. Each package is priced at around €130.