|Perfume Name||Caron Farnesiana|
|Notes||Cassie (acacia or mimosa), bergamot, lily of the valley, violet, lilac, opoponax, vanilla, sandalwood, musk, heliotrope, mimosa, jasmin, hay|
|Strength||EDP, eau de parfum|
In 1947 Michel Morsetti created Caron Farnesiana based on Ernest Daltroff's notes on the perfume before his death in 1941. Acacia, also known as cassie or mimosa, is the center of this creation, and it was one of the first fragrances to build around this note. It smells distinctly of almonds with that rich Caron Mousse de Saxe base, dark around the edges with a gourmand quality to it, though it veers away from being sweet and dries down to a great hay note. This is what a gourmand perfume could be.
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