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PORTRAIT OF NATURE
The Eagle - Symbol of Power
Grand trees, centuries old rustle and quiver, a distant storm grumbles Plunging into view, the Eagle with his all-seeing eye, scans his territory. Crackling with spices, Ginger and Cardamom, blended with the sobre impact of Oud Wood, the fragrance soars like the Eagle, energetic and controlled.
HELIACA, the Eagle - breathtakingly powerful. *GINGER
ESSENCE OF GINGER
Often used as a heart note in fragrance due to its lasting and powerful aroma, Ginger is often used in spiced, woody and citrusy perfumes. It's herbal, tart, fresh notes add sparkle and life to a composition. In short, Ginger is a vibrant, lively ingredient used to update and energise a scent composition. **OUD WOOD
ESSENCE OF OUD
Oud wood is a very rare and precious raw material - so much so that perfumers are known to refer to it as "black gold". It is dark in colour, rich in pungent resin which when handled correctly, transforms into a powerful, mysterious expensive essence, which has a smoky, distinguished quality that immediately bestows elegance and sophistication to any fragrance. One of the best perfumers worldwide - Jean-Claude Ellena - is the Creative Fragrance Director of Le Couvent. This creation is an invigorating Spiced Wood. Above the canopy of age-old trees, the soaring flight of spiced Ginger and Oud Wood evoke the majestic power of the eagle.
This singular composition has been crafted according to the traditions of French Haute Parfumerie, using only the finest precious primary ingredients.
15% Concentration Eau de Parfum
Developed in Grasse
Up to 89%** Materials of Natural Origin
* 100% Le Couvent Maison de Parfums products are registered with the Vegan Society
** Calculated according ISO 16128 regulations - % natural components across the whole range of 'Eaux de Parfum Singulières'
- Scent Type: Oud, Citrus
- Concentration: Eau de Parfum
ALCOHOL DENAT., AQUA/WATER/EAU, PARFUM (FRAGRANCE), BENZYL BENZOATE, LIMONENE, LINALOOL, EUGENOL, GERANIOL
Hold 3-6 inches away and spray onto pulse points.