Zoom 02 Home Fragrance Diffuser : coriander seed, honey and tobacco leaf Diffuser Bon Parfumeur Diffuser 02
Zoom 02 Home Fragrance Diffuser : coriander seed, honey and tobacco leaf Diffuser Bon Parfumeur Diffuser02+Candle02 180g(-50%)
Zoom 02 Home Fragrance Diffuser : coriander seed, honey and tobacco leaf Diffuser Bon Parfumeur Diffuser02+Candle02 180g(-50%)
Zoom 02 Home Fragrance Diffuser : coriander seed, honey and tobacco leaf Diffuser Bon Parfumeur

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02 Home Fragrance Diffuser : coriander seed, honey and tobacco leaf

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An elegant fragrance both warm and wild, with sunny inflections of a lavender from the south of France. The aromatic vibration intensifies thanks to the coriander seeds. Then, the honeyed heart is accompanied by a flower of Ylang and anise. A rich and captivating trio. The sweet accents of the Tonka bean bind to the addictive accents of tobacco leaves and cedar. We succumb to temptation.

PS: We are told in the atrium that coriander seed is aphrodisiac.

 

What does the tobacco leaf smell like?

The absolute is obtained by extraction with volatile solvents from tobacco leaves. It is a warm, honeyed, sweet, aromatic and slightly woody smell that gives a hay, tonka effect to compostions.

 

Why does honey bring to perfumes?

Honey essential oil does not exist but perfumers recreate the smell of honey by combining different raw materials. This note brings roundness and softness, a facet nourishing and regressive, sunny and hay. Honey and warm notes are found in some solar flowers. Honey is close to the smell of tobacco leaves.

 

How to used coriander seed in perfumery?

Coriander seed is one of the oldest spices in the world. Its smell is peppery, zesty, washed with a chocolate inflexion. It brings freshness and a touch of bitterness. The essence is obtained through the distillation of seeds reduced to powder. The aromatic herb known in the kitchen is not used in perfumery.

 

How to use your diffuser?

Allow 24 – 36 hours for the fragrance to diffuse. To improve the diffusion regularly turn the sticks. It is up to you to choose the number of sticks you wish to use. The more sticks you use, the stronger and faster the diffusion. Once finished, don’t throw it away! The glass of the candles and diffuser flasks is recyclable. Bottles will become pretty vases for flowers. A great way to give a second life to these products.

 

The plastic hunt is on!

We avoid cellophane as much as possible. The cardboard packaging of our diffusers and candles has been carefully chosen because of its dirt-resistant quality. The packaging won’t require an extra layer of plastic film to protect the boxes.

 

Ingredients :

Ethyl alcohol (92 %), otne, coumarin, octahydro-methoxy-tetramethyl-methanoazulene, piperonal.

 

Cruelty free - Made in France

 

Provençal Lavandin, Coriander Seed Heart, Comoros Ylang-Ylang, Anise, Honey, Tobacco Leaf, Tonka Bean, Atlas Cedar

We currently only deliver in European Union, UK and USA. 


If you are not located within our shipping range we’ll be happy to help you find a local retailer close to you.

› Free shipping over 40€ on all orders going to European Union.
› Free shipping over 50€ for all orders going to other destinations.
› Returns are always free of charges.
› If you’re not satisfied, we’ll refund you. That simple !


If you want to know more about delivery and returns, please check our FAQ.

Description

An elegant fragrance both warm and wild, with sunny inflections of a lavender from the south of France. The aromatic vibration intensifies thanks to the coriander seeds. Then, the honeyed heart is accompanied by a flower of Ylang and anise. A rich and captivating trio. The sweet accents of the Tonka bean bind to the addictive accents of tobacco leaves and cedar. We succumb to temptation.

PS: We are told in the atrium that coriander seed is aphrodisiac.

 

What does the tobacco leaf smell like?

The absolute is obtained by extraction with volatile solvents from tobacco leaves. It is a warm, honeyed, sweet, aromatic and slightly woody smell that gives a hay, tonka effect to compostions.

 

Why does honey bring to perfumes?

Honey essential oil does not exist but perfumers recreate the smell of honey by combining different raw materials. This note brings roundness and softness, a facet nourishing and regressive, sunny and hay. Honey and warm notes are found in some solar flowers. Honey is close to the smell of tobacco leaves.

 

How to used coriander seed in perfumery?

Coriander seed is one of the oldest spices in the world. Its smell is peppery, zesty, washed with a chocolate inflexion. It brings freshness and a touch of bitterness. The essence is obtained through the distillation of seeds reduced to powder. The aromatic herb known in the kitchen is not used in perfumery.

 

How to use your diffuser?

Allow 24 – 36 hours for the fragrance to diffuse. To improve the diffusion regularly turn the sticks. It is up to you to choose the number of sticks you wish to use. The more sticks you use, the stronger and faster the diffusion. Once finished, don’t throw it away! The glass of the candles and diffuser flasks is recyclable. Bottles will become pretty vases for flowers. A great way to give a second life to these products.

 

The plastic hunt is on!

We avoid cellophane as much as possible. The cardboard packaging of our diffusers and candles has been carefully chosen because of its dirt-resistant quality. The packaging won’t require an extra layer of plastic film to protect the boxes.

 

Ingredients :

Ethyl alcohol (92 %), otne, coumarin, octahydro-methoxy-tetramethyl-methanoazulene, piperonal.

 

Cruelty free - Made in France

 

Notes

Provençal Lavandin, Coriander Seed Heart, Comoros Ylang-Ylang, Anise, Honey, Tobacco Leaf, Tonka Bean, Atlas Cedar

Shipping

We currently only deliver in European Union, UK and USA. 

If you are not located within our shipping range we’ll be happy to help you find a local retailer close to you.

› Free shipping over 40€ on all orders going to European Union.
› Free shipping over 50€ for all orders going to other destinations.
› Returns are always free of charges.
› If you’re not satisfied, we’ll refund you. That simple !

If you want to know more about delivery and returns, please check our FAQ.

Moment: Memories of a wild night, dancing and dimmed lights. Or, tasting Moroccan candies at a bend in a narrow street

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Barbara B.
Fond memories

We stayed at the lovely Clos de Bell Fontaine in Bayeux earlier this year and whenever I walked into the bedroom there was a beautiful smell. The slight tobacco scent so reminded me of my grandad smoking his pipe and my dad his cigars and it was so comforting. It was the diffuser in the room giving off these wonderful familiar scents and now I have these lovely memories in my own home. It’s such a lovely individual product.

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Amanda W.
A pot of honey, indulged

Ever thinking of spreading a whole pot of honey all over the house? Well probably not literally. The salvation is 02. It feels like the house is infused with honey without trouble.

Since living in Grasse as a child and attending the Roure perfumery school (now Givaudan), Karine Dubreuil-Sereni has created iconic fragrances like Lanvin Eclat d’Arpège and become a fragrance designer for Bon Parfumeur. But Karine is not just a great perfumer; she’s also a classical opera singer. Jasmine, orange blossom, mimosa, rose, iris, anise and exquisite citrus fruits are the ingredients Karine nds most addictive, reminding her of her childhood in Grasse. “Creativity, for me, is how open we are to the world, how curious we are.” That is why Karine’s sources of inspiration are so diverse: travel, a raw material, a new plant, a good meal... and above all art. She is particularly fond of the artist Roman Zaslonov, who has a very colorful personality. She thinks that “being a Bon Parfumeur means never losing your inner child, spontaneity and creativity.”

Karine Dubreuil
Perfumer
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