In the seventeenth century, the common people adopted a special tradition of roses, which was a symbol of the love gifted among the people. The flowers that emerged from the womb of the soil of Sweden were rare beauty and fragrant effect, and for this reason it was necessary for perfumers to evoke that love that is transmitted by the hands in the form of roses and turn it into a pink love that the general public smells on the bodies. It was Blombukett Bouquet that embodied the moments of love with a mixture of wild jasmine flower with rare damask rose, in addition to white musk and patchouli, to make this fragrance a scent for lovers of floral notes.
TOP NOTES Orange blossom, Bergamot, Lily of the valley
MIDDLE NOTES Algae, Jasmine, Citrus
BASE NOTES Musk, Patchouli, Sandalwood, Amber, iris, Vetiver