Encre Noire A l Extreme by Lalique
Concentration: Eau de Parfum
Size: 100 ml
The new ENCRE NOIRE fragrance features bergamot and cypress and is said to be masculine and intense. Additionally, it has vetiver from Java and Haiti.The fragrance is more intense and darker than ever, creating a new perspective of the personality of the man who wears it. Virile and sensuous. Refined and demanding. Singular and seductive.
It is a powerful and elegant scent, with its traditional accords of incense, sandalwood and patchouli, updated through a new heart accord of violet. The fragrance is enhanced by the warm notes of vetiver and benzoin that bring texture to the woody heart. A delicious harmony that opens up with anomia, bergamot and elemi. On the skin it is a bold combination of incense and sandalwood, vetiver and benzoin.
Each of the notes in the Encre Noire Extreme series are stand-alone raw materials that have been extracted with their full richness. Lalique took great care to keep each note at its utmost purity. The result is an intense aroma that is more powerful than the perfume made by the same composition mixed with other ingredients, but recognizable as its own scent with all its characteristic nuances.
About The Brand:
Get a closer look at the finest French glass works from Rene Lalique's famous glass factories, boasting world-renowned precision crafting and innovative techniques. Through his early jewelry and designs, not only did he create dazzling and exquisite pieces, but he also helped facilitate the rise of Art Nouveau and Art Deco-style jewelry and design worldwide.
Today the House of Lalique combines crystal art with its own exquisite fragrance creations. The interplay of glass art and precious perfumes makes the fragrances into very special luxury products within the exclusive universe of the Haute Parfumerie.
Born in 1860, RenÃƒÆ’Ã‚Â© Lalique became an expert glass maker and designer. He went on to create works that would become classis of jewelry making; pieces like the Wild Boar brooch with its realistically carved boar's head, which was commissioned for the Russian actress Sarah Bernhardt in 1911. Pieces like these made Lalique a household name.
Top Notes: Bergamot, Cypress, Elemi
Middle Notes: Incense, Vetiver, Iris
Base Notes: Sandalwood, Patchouli, Benzoin