VANILLE de Zanzibar

La Collection VANILLE de Zanzibar - EDP Natural spray 4,2 FL OZ

The new Boucheron fragrance collection draws on the memories of the gem hunters, who forged the spirit of the Maison with their journeys, bringing back from all over the world a wealth of impressions images, lights, landscapes, encounters and scents.

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The Russian Imperial Family

From 1860, and for almost forty years, Russia's Imperial Family represent a significant part of Boucheron's clientele. The Grand Duchess Maria Nikolaevna, the Tsarina Maria Alexandrovna, Alexander III and Grand Duke Alexei all stop at Boucheron every time they visit Paris, giving the jeweler's name a good reputation at the Russian court.
This is why, in 1897, Frédéric Boucheron decides to open his first shop abroad in Moscow.

Discover all of the Boucheron moments

VANILLE de Zanzibar

La Collection VANILLE de Zanzibar - EDP Natural spray 4,2 FL OZ

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An oriental vanilla woody, voluptuous and addictive.

With the zesty burst of Mandarin, Jasmine Petals shake elegantly and release a sheer and ethereal floral charm.
Gentle luminosity with a hint of juicy Pear brings modernity and colour to the top notes.

Unsettling and fascinating, the middle notes surrender to the richness of Bourbon Vanilla. The Oriental sensuality of its black pods is combined with the amber and coppery character of Balsam of Peru to enhance its natural power. The creamy floral tones of Heliotrope soften this addictive duo.

The generous trail of White Musks passionately envelops this exotic beauty with an irresistible powdery veil. A carnal intensity, tactile and irrepressible, is supported from below by the woods. Smooth Sandalwood and warm Patchouli wrap up the fragrance with charisma.

Ref.: BN010A006


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