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Fragrance description Bvlgari Jasmin Noir
Bvlgari Jasmin Noir is a very unique woody and floral fragrance for mature women who like to be elegant, accompany themselves with luxury and already know how to unleash their sensuality. The fragrance makes a very warm and sweet impression on your skin without being overwhelming. It will pleasantly enchant your senses.
As the name suggests, the main ingredient of the Jasmin Noir perfume is a jasmine extract. However, jasmine shows its averted face in this perfume. Forget tender and romantic jasmine and welcome jasmine as a mysterious and enigmatic plant. Coupled with amber and precious woods, it is like a jewel among perfumes. All of that is complemented with a gardenia scent and spiced up with bitter almonds and licorice.
The bottle of Jasmin Noir by Bvlgari is made of black glass. In combination with a golden stopper, it makes a very exceptional and mysterious impression. You too be exceptional.
The fragrance was launched in 2008.
- Base notes
- Amber, Licorice, Musk, Patchouli, Precious Woods, Tonka Beans
- Middle notes
- Almonds, Jasmine Sambac
- Top notes
- Gardenia, Green Notes
- Fragrance groups
- Floral, Oriental
About the brand Bvlgari
Bvlgari fragrances | Bvlgari, the symbol of Italian style, was founded in 1884 in Rome. The brand takes its inspiration from the timeless beauty of old Greek and Roman art, a great passion of Sotirio Bvlgari, and it still shows in the design of the Bvlgari perfume bottles.
The first Bvlgari boutique was opened in Rome and soon became the place for social gatherings of the city’s aristocracy. After the Second World War, the family opened another boutique in New York and started making high-quality watches as well.
The Eau Parfumée au Thé Vert became the first Bvlgari fragrance line, immediately popular and regarded as unique. Since then, it has been joined in popularity by the likes of Bvlgari Omnia - however, pretty much every fragrance the brand produces becomes a success. While Bvlgari fragrances have not been around for long, they’re certainly distinctive and well-loved.