Caron - Fleurs de Rocaille

Perfumers / Noses

Ernest Daltroff

  • aldehydic
  • floral
  • aldehydes
  • bouquet
  • bloom
  • white flowers
  • lily of the valley
  • ylang ylang
  • sheer
  • lilac
  • refreshing
  • gardenia
  • jasmine
  • rose
  • cedarwood
  • floral
  • stylish

Family: Floral Aldehydic

Concentration: Eau de parfum

Top notes: jasmine, rose, lilac, aldehydes

Heart notes: ylang ylang, lily of the valley, violet, gardenia

Base notes: musk, sandalwood, oak moss , cedarwood

Caron says:

In 1933, women had started to discover sport for themselves and Ernest Daltroff sensed their need for lighter, more dynamic perfume. He drew on aldehydes - a brand new discovery in perfumery - to enhance a magnificent bouquet of natural flowers, and created Fleurs de Rocaille, which is today probably the most famous of all Caron perfumes.

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