Delve into this fantastic ‘phoenix’ perfume house with this 14-fragrance Discovery Box – and discover which of the beautiful fragrances most delight you…
Ambre Premier – as the initial spice and citrus notes clear, rose leads you to the next phase full of sensuality and intention.
Gardez-Moi – a rich bouquet of white flowers, Gardez-Moi harks back to the earliest days of the House of Jovoy.
Incident Diplomatique – as unexpected as it is audacious, this woody-aromatic fragrance refuses convention and knowingly parades itself.
La Liturgie des Heures – the story in scent form of a day spent with monks at an old Cistercian abbey in the heart of France.
L’Arbre de la Connassance – Buddha found enlightenment as he meditated under the Bodhi Tree, the ancient sacred fig tree of India – conjured up here, in this woody-aromatic, contemplative scent.
L’Art de la Guerre – a stand-out aromatic fougère fragrance for men, and for women who dare to be different.
Les Jeux Sont Faits – paying homage to the virile icons of French cinema, this a powerful men’s fragrance that makes no concessions!
Pavillon Rouge – it starts with a swagger of whisky swirled by a cool breeze, spiced by exotic lands just beyond the horizon.
Private Label – originally made for a private client who just happened to be an Arabian prince, this is a quintessential representation of the Oriental family.
Psychédélique – the ultimate tribute to the sixties: an intense patchouli fragrance, dark and smoky with a twist of amber.
Remember Me – like perfectly formed exotic dancers, frangipani flowers engage in an elaborate, spellbinding choreography.
Rose Millésimée – an olfactory metaphor for a moment frozen in time, the rose-powered reflection of a story, a region and a tradition of craftsmanship.
Rouge Assasin – a tribute to the fearless and unstoppable women of the Twenties who turned their backs on the established order and broke all the rules!
Touche Finale – a floral-woody tribute to the seductive souls who each have their own rituals of preparation.
Discover the full, fascinating Jovoy story here