Jean-Claude Brosseau

The undefinable class

Launched in 2011, "Ombre Platine" is characterized by its very successful notes in the "floral oriental" category. Lily, tuberose, sandalwood and pink pepper appropriate the initial tempo of this flight of fancy magically mastering bergamot, coconut and vanilla. This "Ombre" ("shadow") is shining and radiant from its start. "Oriental", yes, but with powdery accents (like most of Brosseau perfumes), which confirms its membership.

"Ombre" gives way to precious "Platine" (Platinum), the rich but discreet metal, a fair balance to complete the quality contributing to the success and the permanence of the brand.

"Ombre Platine" is liken to wearing a rare jewel that knows have to embellish without being defined - it's simply classy.

The Composition

The composition of “Ombre Platine” makes it a floral oriental, fruity and powdery fragrance. The top notes - the freshness of bergamot and blackcurrant find their echo in the carnal sparkle of a rose and a fruity green apple. We then have the heart notes of the lily, accompanied with hot notes of coconut and milk, which blend with the voluptuous notes of Damascus rose and plum. And finally we have the base of precious sandalwood and cedar wood, which are softened by Peru balm and vanilla.

Olfactory family: oriental floral, fruity, powdery.

The Presentation

It is dignified, but vivid : the bottle is presented in a mat silver carton with the traditional 5 petal-flower pattern engraved on it ; the texts and logos are printed in a mandarin tone. The octagonal bottle, which identifies all products in the brand has been metallized in silver-platinum. The spherical cap on the bottle is made in a classy copper-coloured tone.