Shockingly violent, sweeping and modern when it premiered, Puccini's Tosca was a true spectacle, drawing heated and mixed critical reaction- and the absolute adoration of the public, who flocked to its every sold-out performance. Having already been transformed into an Italian-language opera from a French-language play, Tosca's further transformation into a perfume with cross-border influence seems all too appropriate, and so it may come as no surprise that it's a crowd-pleasing success- a colorful, broadly painted grand-dame floral mixing freshness and lusciousness, bright herbal tones and smooth vanilla creaminess, for a truly romantic work of art. Many fragrances claim to be operatic, but Tosca, with its crisp and green citrus opening, herbaceous floral heart, and rich drydown, really does feel like a scent in three distinct, yet connected, acts, guiding us on an ever-moving emotional journey that twists, turns, and ultimately uplifts the spirit.
Alcohol Denat., Parfum (Fragrance), Aqua (Water), Bht, Alpha-Isomethyl Ionone, Benzyl Alcohol, Benzyl Benzoate, Benzyl Salicylate, Butylphenyl Methylpropional, Citronellol, Eugenol, Geraniol, Hydroxyisohexyl 3-Cyclohexene Carboxaldehyde, Isoeugenol, Linalool.
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Christian Carbonnel have always been in the world of perfumery, thanks to his father Francisco Carbonnel, the perfumer of his own company. He gave him the passion and the talent to create wonderful fragrances. Nowadays, Christian is a renowned perfumer. He dedicated his career to work refined and exceptional fragrances, that suit with the image he had of perfumery.
He started by travelling all around the world, searching for the needs and the future trends of the different markets. Thanks to that, he specialized through time in niche and Oriental perfumes, and is, today, a reference in this discipline. Several houses trust him to his knowhow: Xerjoff, Sospiro, Rancé, Kajal, Casamoratti, Jardins de France, Kemi, Santi Burgas, among others.
Driven by a true passion for the artistry of Haute perfumery, Italian luxury perfume house Xerjoff was founded by perfumer Sergio Momo in 2003. Committed to using nothing but the finest and rarest materials in their perfume creation, Xerjoff deftly combines the traditional art of perfume craftsmanship with contemporary inspiration to dramatic effect. From the captivating Shooting Stars Collection and the traditional Casamorati line to the Harrods exclusive Emerald Star, the collections of beautifully bottled pure perfume oils and Eau de Parfums each offer the wearer a heady journey into the precious realm of fine perfume.