Frangipane Perfume by Chantecaille
Uniquely sweet, full and rounded. Deeply sensual, intense and spiritual.
Inspired by the gardens of a 12th-century palace in Udaipur visited by Sylvie Chantecaille. Frangipane, native to Peru and the West Indies, was discovered by the botanist Frangipani when he landed on Antigua with the expedition of Columbus.
Known by various civilizations as "the eternal perfume," the sweet, calming fragrance is exuded by waxy yellow or pink blossoms.