Eglantine Rose Parfum is a blend of tea rose, gardenia and Arabian rose with a heady top note of blood orange. Its deep, warm base notes of rich amber, incense and African musk linger on the skin long into the night.
The provenance of the name, Eglantine, can be traced to the Middle English eglentyn and from Old French aiglantin. Meaning “wild rose,” the term was coined in the 14th century to describe a particularly beautiful blushing rose growing wild in the European countryside. My wish is to beguile all you blushing brides-to-be with the sensual joys of this lush, rosy scent.
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