Caron Pois de Senteur was launched in 1927, created by Ernest Daltroff and centers around the sweet pea. Rich, honeyed, dark and powdery, this is a scent unlike any other. This is the vintage EDC, eau de cologne.
VINTAGE - Caron Les Pois de Senteur Reviews
Fragrantica: "Almost quintessentially French, it wears close and lasts all day. There is a little freshness from a citrus note that cuts some of the sweetness when it opens, and as it dries the sweet pea drops to a whisper. The vanilla is more of a floral vanilla nuance, maybe a white magnoila. Rich, buttery, kind of purrs like a cat, simmers very slow, like it is sending off big olfactory bubbles on a slow rolling boil."
Fragrantica: "i think this is more for the connoisseur; someone who's been walking off the beaten fragrant path for awhile and has acquired a taste for the more 'interesting' scents. This is just not a Britney Spears kind of floral. It is an Edith Piaf kind of floral. It is also a floral I will be adding to my collection."
Full bottles of Caron Pois de Senteur can be purchased at: Caron boutique in Paris and NYC
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||Caron Pois de Senteur
||EDC, Eau de Cologne - VINTAGE
||Sweet pea, rose, hyacinth, cyclamen, jasmine, lilac, lily of the valley, linden, hay, vanilla, cedar, sandalwood and musk
|Country of Origin