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VINTAGE - Caron Fleurs de Rocaille Pure Parfum

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All sales are final, we are a perfume sampling company - letting you try perfume before you invest in a bottle. Unfortunately, we cannot refund any product that you do not like. If you are new to perfume or wanting to break out of wearing the same scent, try our starter sampler packs so that you can find the perfume that works for you.

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Caron Fleurs de Rocaille (this is the older version, note the S in Fleurs.   The more modern version is Fleur de Rocaille) was launched in 1933, right in the middle of The Depression.  In "Scent of a Woman," Al Pacino's character recognizes the scent and, well, the movie gets its name.  A delicate floral, feminine.  This is the pure parfum Caron Fleurs de Rocaille

Caron Fleurs de Rocaille

From Basenotes:  "This Ernest Daltroff creation is a sumptuous affair receiving similar recognition & acclaim also afforded to many of his earlier works including 'Bellodgia, 'Narcisse Noir' & 'Tabac Blonde', a symphonic opus masterly constructed with high quality absolutes, essences & raw materials all cleverly fixed & bolstered by powerful synthetics considered novel and innovative even 10 years after the launch of Chanel's No.5 & Arpege by Lanvin. I appreciate the floralcy in Fleurs de Rocaille, violette, lilac, lily of the valley and a gorgeous spiced carnation/rose effect similar to the theme in 'Bellodgia', no animalic undertones detected apart from a slight hint of civet, drying down with a warm lactonic ambery base counter balanced by cool cedar & sandalwood."

Fragrantica: "Highlights are spicy-buttery carnation, lilac, and rose, sweetened with mimosa, rounded with just a little bit of musk and civet, and underscored by a soft sandalwood base that's still evident on my skin a day later.

Fragrantica: "A beautiful mixed bouquet, it is soft, dry, dusty. It is sweet but not one bit sweeter than it needs to be. This is a subtle perfume that lies close to the skin. It is not for those times when you want to make an impression as soon as you walk into the room. It is for those intimate moments when you want to impress just one."

 More information and Caron Fleurs de Rocaille reviews can be found at:

Basenotes      Fragrantica      Makeup Alley

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Perfume Name Caron Fleurs de Rocaille 
Year Introduced 1933
Perfumer Ernest Daltroff 
Gender Feminine 
Strength pure parfum, extrait 
Notes lily of the valley, clover, rose, violet, lilac, jasmine, iris, sandalwood, musk and civet
Country of Origin France

 

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