Caron Narcisse Noir was created by Ernest Daltroff in 1911 for the House of Caron, and the movie Sunset Boulevard and Gloria Swanson shrouded it in dark crazy, conjuring up what the perfume smelled like - dark, sensuous, a little dangerous and not exactly all there - in a good way!!
Centered around sunny orange blossom, Narcisse Noir covered this flower with the Dark Side of the Moon, amped it up with civet to make it roar with a little sex. This scent smolders in a dark, edgy craziness that isn't for everyone, but it is a perfume of its period.
This is the VINTAGE EDC, eau de cologne version of this scent.
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|Perfume Name||Caron Narcisse Noir|
|Notes||Orange blossom, lemon, bergamot, and petit grain; rose, jasmine, and jonquil; Persian black narcissus, musk, civet and sandalwood|