Zoom Eau de parfum 501 : praline, réglisse, patchouli (100ml+15ml) exclu web
Zoom Eau de parfum 501 : praline, réglisse, patchouli
Zoom Eau de parfum 501 : praline licorice and patchouli fragrances
Zoom Eau de parfum 501 de Bon Parfumeur à la praline, au réglisse et au patchouli

EAU DE PARFUM

Eau de parfum 501 : praline, licorice, patchouli

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Eau de parfum 501 : An assertive praline.

Can you smell those delicious sweet aromas? For us, gluttony isn’t a bad thing – quite the opposite! Deliciously addictive hazelnut opens the fragrance and sets the tone. In the heart, praline and licorice create a comforting ambiance and bring back plenty of great memories. Powdery iris marks a transition to musky, ambery notes. Underpinned by cashmeran and patchouli, the gourmand facets leave behind an assertive trail. PS: Iris is the most expensive raw material in the world. You can smell it in this eau de parfum.

What is the gourmand family like?

Marshmallow, ripe fruits, chocolate and other mouthwatering notes with honeyed sugary facets belong to this category. They bring delicious tastes into the realm of fragrances. It all began in 1992 with Mugler’s Angel, which introduced the word “gourmand” to fragrance descriptions. This perfume met with incredible success and is still a firm favorite 30 years later. Today’s creations have a refined character with no cloying impression. We haven’t seen the last of gourmand fragrances!

What is a praline?

Are you familiar with this candy? It’s a sugar-coated almond originally from the region around the city of Lyon, France. It smells of hazelnut, almond and toasted sugar, and its candy pink shade reminds us of the color of our 501.

Where does licorice come from?

We’re all familiar with this sweet treat and our perfumers love it too. Licorice is extracted from the roots of the plant. Liked by men and women alike, it reveals gourmand notes with spicy, woody and aniseed facets. It is as intense as its color and makes an excellent fixative. It helps to retain more volatile notes and give the creation incredible staying power.


Mix & Match:

Become your very own perfumer by mixing two fragrances together. Strike the right balance for a result that is just as unique as you are. Want more softness or to create a comforting ambiance? Spray 002 with 501! Or juxtapose 501 and 601 to reveal fresh notes that suggest licorice wood – a true delight!

How to use it:

Spritz on pulse points like wrists, neck, behind ears, and inner elbows to make your fragrance last longer.

Available in the following sizes:

15ml (0,5 fl.oz.)
30 ml (1 fl.oz.)
100 ml (3,3 fl.oz.)

Top

Bergamot
Hazelnut
Yuzu

Heart

Iris
Praline
Licorice

Base

Cashmere wood
Amber
Musk
Patchouli

Alcohol denat., aqua (water), parfum (fragrance), alpha-isomethyl ionone, benzyl salicylate, citral, coumarin, limonene, linalool. 78% vol.

Please be aware that ingredient lists may change or vary from time to time. To confirm that a Bon Parfumeur product is suitable for your personal use, please consult the list of ingredients that is included on our product packaging.

We currently only deliver the European Union, the 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

Eau de parfum 501 : An assertive praline.

Can you smell those delicious sweet aromas? For us, gluttony isn’t a bad thing – quite the opposite! Deliciously addictive hazelnut opens the fragrance and sets the tone. In the heart, praline and licorice create a comforting ambiance and bring back plenty of great memories. Powdery iris marks a transition to musky, ambery notes. Underpinned by cashmeran and patchouli, the gourmand facets leave behind an assertive trail. PS: Iris is the most expensive raw material in the world. You can smell it in this eau de parfum.

What is the gourmand family like?

Marshmallow, ripe fruits, chocolate and other mouthwatering notes with honeyed sugary facets belong to this category. They bring delicious tastes into the realm of fragrances. It all began in 1992 with Mugler’s Angel, which introduced the word “gourmand” to fragrance descriptions. This perfume met with incredible success and is still a firm favorite 30 years later. Today’s creations have a refined character with no cloying impression. We haven’t seen the last of gourmand fragrances!

What is a praline?

Are you familiar with this candy? It’s a sugar-coated almond originally from the region around the city of Lyon, France. It smells of hazelnut, almond and toasted sugar, and its candy pink shade reminds us of the color of our 501.

Where does licorice come from?

We’re all familiar with this sweet treat and our perfumers love it too. Licorice is extracted from the roots of the plant. Liked by men and women alike, it reveals gourmand notes with spicy, woody and aniseed facets. It is as intense as its color and makes an excellent fixative. It helps to retain more volatile notes and give the creation incredible staying power.


Mix & Match:

Become your very own perfumer by mixing two fragrances together. Strike the right balance for a result that is just as unique as you are. Want more softness or to create a comforting ambiance? Spray 002 with 501! Or juxtapose 501 and 601 to reveal fresh notes that suggest licorice wood – a true delight!

How to use it:

Spritz on pulse points like wrists, neck, behind ears, and inner elbows to make your fragrance last longer.

Available in the following sizes:

15ml (0,5 fl.oz.)
30 ml (1 fl.oz.)
100 ml (3,3 fl.oz.)

Notes

Top

Bergamot
Hazelnut
Yuzu

Heart

Iris
Praline
Licorice

Base

Cashmere wood
Amber
Musk
Patchouli

Ingredients

Alcohol denat., aqua (water), parfum (fragrance), alpha-isomethyl ionone, benzyl salicylate, citral, coumarin, limonene, linalool. 78% vol.

Please be aware that ingredient lists may change or vary from time to time. To confirm that a Bon Parfumeur product is suitable for your personal use, please consult the list of ingredients that is included on our product packaging.

Shipping

We currently only deliver the European Union, the 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.

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Customer Reviews

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Madeleine

Un peu de douceur, d'amour et beaucoup et générosité dans ce parfum qui fleure bon la gourmandise.

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Martine O.
Un très beau Gourmand

Un Gourmand de peau, très agréable et bien équilibré

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Guylaine L.

J adore les notes gourmandes du 501

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CAROLINE A.
Parfum

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Growing up in Grasse with a perfumer father, Philippe had his future mapped out for him. Philippe worked at Robertet for 20 years at locations across the globe. For the past 17 years, he has been a senior perfumer at Drom Fragrances in Paris. He is inspired by music and by the excesses and incredible creativity of the 1970s. The origins of the blues, raw and forceful sounds, the timbre of roots music, the resonance of a tormented guitar. Choosing his favorite ingredient is a tough decision but if he had to name just one, it would be a woody note like patchouli, sandalwood or vetiver that ranges from smoky to velvety and mysterious! Travel and cultural differences inspire him. He was won over by Bon Parfumeur’s concept of building your fragrance yourself to match your own preferences. He defines a Bon Parfumeur using these three words: curiosity, intuition and perseverance

Philippe Romano
Perfumer
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