Fragrance Notes -
Orange blossom, tuberose, pink pepper, musk.
Now reformulated in an Eau de Parfum, the creamy tuberose can be had in an extra concentrated form. Inspired directly from Yves Coueslant's childhood in Vietnam, where he grew up in Haïphong, a port in Northern Indo-China. Not far from there, in the little seaside resort of Do Son, his father had a pagoda built by the sea to go to and enjoy the sea air at the end of the day.
Do Son recalls the memory of this place where flower fragrances dominate, in particular the tuberose, whose scent his mother particularly loves. In Do Son, the tuberose and Turkish rose bouquet expresses a sweet flavour freshened up with the orange blossom leaf and the rose berries. The white musk and the iris add a delicately powdered aspect to it.