Astier de Villatte Commune de Paris Cologne 1871 is an artisanal, ultrachic home store opened in 1996 by Parisian designers Ivan Pericoli and Benoît Astier de Villatte who met at Beaux Arts in Paris. They recently revamped, rebranded and repackaged their original four scents and launched new fragrances. Commune de Paris Cologne 1871 is one of the new scents. It is a limited edition fragrance created as a partnership between Astier de Villatte, Françoise Caron and Takasago (major international producers of flavors and fragrances). A Belle Epoque cologne, it blends notes of Sicilian lemon, rosemary, bergamot, labdanum, benzoin, cedarwood, patchouli, coumarin and Bendalehide (almond) to give it a very unique charm. Commune de Paris Cologne 1871 is an eau de cologne, edc.
Parfumo: "Combination of spicy notes and lavender (softened by light powdery accents) is quite good"
perfumeniche: "With Commune de Paris 1871 Françoise Caron has boldly taken the cologne formula and enriched it with notes of powder, almond, amber and suave woods to create something unique and original while still being a cologne. I wear it whenever I want to feel rebellious, audacious and free, and that could be in any season."