Richwood centers on sandalwood from Mysore, one of the most beautiful--and rare--materials in perfumery. Crowning the sandalwood’s mellow warmth is a halo of crisp citrus. Patchouli and dark rose tinged with cassis lend the fragrance the elegant earthiness of a red wine. Just as vintage wine opens in the glass over time, revealing a tale of complex character, Richwood rose continues to unfold on skin, enticing the nose to return again and again to experience its splendour.
Alcohol Denat., Parfum (Fragrance), Aqua (Water), Benzyl Alcohol, Benzyl Benzoate, Benzyl Salicylate, Citral, Citronellol, Coumarin, Eugenol, Farnesol, Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool.
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As one of the star noses at Robertet, Jacques Flori has been a highly sought-after perfumer by major and exclusive brands alike. Often known for his mastery of complex, beautiful incense scents, Flori has worked for ultra-high end brands such as Amouage (where he created Opus IV), Xerjoff (where he was responsible for much of the Shooting Stars line), and other prestigious and historic brands such as Jovoy and Balmain.
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.