Perfume Opus: Vanille d’Amine


“…with a cultural mix between Madagascar and Comoros, we are in the Kalfane family, foremost specialists in the curing of vanilla … but not just any kind of vanilla, the Comoros vanilla is also a planifolia variety but radically differs, olfactively speaking, from the Malagasy standard.

The vanilla referred to as ‘bad’ could be compared to a late harvest for wine. Its name dates back to the colonial period: the Bambao Company was established in the Comoros, and -to avoid paying anything for this exceptional vintage- told the children who came to sell them vanilla that their product had a displeasing aspect and smelt bad.”

“It is the specific smell of this ‘bad’ vanilla with its chocolate, vanilla biscuit note, that has been magnified in this composition. Inspired by its deep aromatic notes, much different from the standard confectionary vanilla, the perfumer has chosen to strengthen its subversive facets by combining it with the clove bud oil from Madagascar (other specialty of the Kalfane family), and the incense resinoid from Somalia.”

Contenance : 30 ml.
Composition : Green vanilla oléorésin Grand Cru Madagascar: 15%, Olibanum oil Somalia: 4%, Clove bud oil Grand Cru Madagascar: 3,5%.

Weight 0,280 kg