PACO RABANNE POUR HOMME 100ml
PACO RABANNE POUR HOMME 100ml by Paco Rabanne is a Aromatic Fougere fragrance for men. Paco Rabanne Pour Homme was launched in 1973. The nose behind this fragrance is Jean Martel.
Paco Rabanne Pour Homme Eau de Toilette is an aromatic fougere that contrasts fresh notes with potent warmth. This classic fragrance from 1973 features a blend of notes that reminds of freshly shaved skin, exhaling a unique charm. The scent opens with notes of lavender and thyme coupled with Brazilian rosewood that then grow to a heart of clove, geranium and tonka bean. From an aromatic and inspiring start, the fragrance develops to deeper and richer intensity, with a base of oakmoss, tobacco and musk coupled with amber that add crazed charm to the scent.
The bottle is a classic green – natural earthy tones for both an aromatic woody and earthy fragrance. A symbol of timeless charm, the scent is sharp and therefore constitutes the perfect choice for every occasion.
Top notes: lavender, thyme and Brazilian rosewood;
Heart notes: clove, geranium and tonka bean;
Base notes: oakmoss, tobacco, musk and amber.
Suggested for: men;
Family: aromatic fougere;
Created in: 1973;
Perfumer: Jean Martel.
Vaporize Paco Rabanne Pour Homme Eau de Toilette onto the pulse points or also onto the clothes from a distance. In order to enhance the longevity of the perfume, hydrate the skin before applying.
Brand: Paco Rabanne
Ingredients: Rich and spicy an exciting blend manly and inviting.
Item Form: Spray
Top notes: Rosemary, Clary Sage and Brazilian Rosewood
Middle notes: Lavender, Geranium and Tonka Bean
Base notes: Oakmoss, Honey, Musk and Amber
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