Chopard have launched four luxury fragrances capturing the various scents of the Arabian Gardens of Paradise.
Alberto Morillas, Master Perfumer behind these new scents named Miel D’arabie, Rose Seljuke, Jasmin Moghol and Orange Mauresque, worked with bold ingredients such as calabrian bergamot, indian sambac jasmine, damascena rose and provence honey to bring together a series of expressive fragrances. Our top pick? Miel d’Arabie that’s reminiscent of precious spices, tea infusions and sweet pomegranate, blended with a floral and balsamic aromas of honey extract.
“I wanted to recreate the peaceful and restoring aura of the oasis, and it’s tradition of hospitality. I imagined the reassuring scents of vegetal ambers, the touch and feel of warm sand in the powerful shadow of sky-reaching palm trees.I wrapped everything into the rich aroma honey, to create a special sense of bliss and abundance,” says Morillas.
As well as creating luxury fragrances, Chopard commited to The Journey to Sustainable Luxury and launched a new initiative that will place natural, positive and ethical luxury perfume-making at the heart of its inspiration as a Maison de Parfums. Now that’s a fragrance with substance.