Zoom Eau de parfum 603: leather, incense and tonka Eau de parfum Bon Parfumeur 30mL (1 fl.oz.)
Zoom Eau de parfum 603: leather, incense and tonka Eau de parfum Bon Parfumeur
Zoom Eau de parfum 603: leather, incense and tonka Eau de parfum Bon Parfumeur
Zoom Eau de parfum 603: leather, incense and tonka Eau de parfum Bon Parfumeur
Zoom Eau de parfum 603: leather, incense and tonka Eau de parfum Bon Parfumeur
Zoom Eau de parfum 603: leather, incense and tonka Eau de parfum Bon Parfumeur

EAU DE PARFUM

Eau de parfum 603: leather, incense and tonka

€52.00

This daring fragrance opens on dark and intense notes with spicy yet floral aromas. Frankincense adds freshness and mystery to the body of the fragrance. The notes of leather and tonka lend a sensual dimension to this eau de parfum. With both warm and green amber hints, woody fragrance 603 will surprise you with its generosity.

PS: Can you smell the richness of tonka bean? Mylène Alran revealed to us that at one point she tried out a tonka bean overdose so concentrated that it crystallized. But rest assured, that is not the case for your bottle!

What is frankincense?

Frankincense or oliban, found in the southern Arabian Peninsula as well as in northeast Africa and India, is a resin obtained by making incisions into a tree from the Burseraceae family. Considered to be the oldest fragrance in the world, frankincense has been used in the rituals of many religions and civilizations. Frankincense takes us back to the sacred origins of perfume, from the Latin “per-fumum” (by means of smoke), as it allowed people to communicate with the gods by means of its fragrant smoke. Its powerful olfactory symbolism has stood the test of time and traveled across borders. It adds woody, coniferous, fresh, camphoric and spicy notes.

What is tonka bean?

The tonka bean comes from Dipteryx odorata, a tree that can grow up to 40 m (131 ft) tall and which produces a mango-shaped fruit containing a single seed: the tonka bean itself. It must be left to dry for one year, during which time white crystals appear: the coumarin that gives it such a powerful aroma and actually makes up 50 to 70%! After all this, the precious absolute can be extracted using solvents so we can finally enjoy it. In terms of its scent, tonka bean presents a succession of sweet, balsamic and tobacco notes, with a slightly rustic top note of dried hay and a warm and gourmand base note with accents of vanilla, toffee, condensed milk and almond.

What is the leather note in perfumery?

Leather is a material obtained from the hide of an animal. It is mainly used in clothing and to manufacture leather goods. Originally, leather smelled bad. In the 17th century, people had the idea to scent it, starting with gloves, the essential accessory of the time. The occupation of “gloverperfumer” was born. At the time the town of Grasse, a renowned center for leather tanning, developed essences intended to scent leather, such as orange blossom, musks, ambergris and other raw materials from animals. In perfumery, the difficulty lies in recreating the distinctive scent of leather. To do this, “pyrogenic” notes are used like birch, cade juniper or styrax, along with other components such as animalistic, honey or tobacco notes. It’s impossible to talk about leathery scents without mentioning Chanel’s Cuir de Russie; very elegant and marvelously balanced, it mingles notes of blond tobacco with a jasmine heart.

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. Tempted by a floral leather scent? We suggest combining it with 103.


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:

30 ml (1 fl.oz.)
100 ml (3,3 fl.oz.)

Ingredients:

Alcohol denat., aqua (water), parfum (fragrance), cinnamal, cinnamyl alcohol, coumarin, eugenol, isoeugenol, hydroxycitronellal, methyl 2-octynoate, limonene, linalool. 72% 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.

Cruelty-free, 100% Made in France


Top

Violet leaf
Nutmeg
Lemon

Heart

Incense
Cypress
Sage

Base

Tonka absolute
Leather
Styrax

Free Shipping
Free shipping on all orders going to France, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, Austria, Italy, Portugal, Spain.
Other destinations (excluding United Kingdom) receive free shipping on orders above 50€ and a flat shipping fee calculated at checkout on orders under 50€. 
United Kingdom receives a flat shipping fee calculated at checkout.

Free Returns
Returns are always free of charges. We want you to be absolutely satisfied with your perfume. In case you’re not satisfied after opening the product, we’ll refund you. That simple!

Delivery time
All orders are processed within 3 business days.
Once processed your order will be delivered in:
France: average delivery time is 3 business days (La Poste)
UK: average delivery time is 5 business days
USA: average delivery time is 5 business days (USPS)
European Union: average delivery time is 7 business days.
As these delivery dates depend on our transporters, we cannot guarantee that it won’t unexpectedly take additional time. However, we are doing our best to deliver you in time, and we promise we’ll keep you informed of your order’s progress! 

Delivery countries
We currently only deliver the European Union 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.

Description

This daring fragrance opens on dark and intense notes with spicy yet floral aromas. Frankincense adds freshness and mystery to the body of the fragrance. The notes of leather and tonka lend a sensual dimension to this eau de parfum. With both warm and green amber hints, woody fragrance 603 will surprise you with its generosity.

PS: Can you smell the richness of tonka bean? Mylène Alran revealed to us that at one point she tried out a tonka bean overdose so concentrated that it crystallized. But rest assured, that is not the case for your bottle!

What is frankincense?

Frankincense or oliban, found in the southern Arabian Peninsula as well as in northeast Africa and India, is a resin obtained by making incisions into a tree from the Burseraceae family. Considered to be the oldest fragrance in the world, frankincense has been used in the rituals of many religions and civilizations. Frankincense takes us back to the sacred origins of perfume, from the Latin “per-fumum” (by means of smoke), as it allowed people to communicate with the gods by means of its fragrant smoke. Its powerful olfactory symbolism has stood the test of time and traveled across borders. It adds woody, coniferous, fresh, camphoric and spicy notes.

What is tonka bean?

The tonka bean comes from Dipteryx odorata, a tree that can grow up to 40 m (131 ft) tall and which produces a mango-shaped fruit containing a single seed: the tonka bean itself. It must be left to dry for one year, during which time white crystals appear: the coumarin that gives it such a powerful aroma and actually makes up 50 to 70%! After all this, the precious absolute can be extracted using solvents so we can finally enjoy it. In terms of its scent, tonka bean presents a succession of sweet, balsamic and tobacco notes, with a slightly rustic top note of dried hay and a warm and gourmand base note with accents of vanilla, toffee, condensed milk and almond.

What is the leather note in perfumery?

Leather is a material obtained from the hide of an animal. It is mainly used in clothing and to manufacture leather goods. Originally, leather smelled bad. In the 17th century, people had the idea to scent it, starting with gloves, the essential accessory of the time. The occupation of “gloverperfumer” was born. At the time the town of Grasse, a renowned center for leather tanning, developed essences intended to scent leather, such as orange blossom, musks, ambergris and other raw materials from animals. In perfumery, the difficulty lies in recreating the distinctive scent of leather. To do this, “pyrogenic” notes are used like birch, cade juniper or styrax, along with other components such as animalistic, honey or tobacco notes. It’s impossible to talk about leathery scents without mentioning Chanel’s Cuir de Russie; very elegant and marvelously balanced, it mingles notes of blond tobacco with a jasmine heart.

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. Tempted by a floral leather scent? We suggest combining it with 103.


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:

30 ml (1 fl.oz.)
100 ml (3,3 fl.oz.)

Ingredients:

Alcohol denat., aqua (water), parfum (fragrance), cinnamal, cinnamyl alcohol, coumarin, eugenol, isoeugenol, hydroxycitronellal, methyl 2-octynoate, limonene, linalool. 72% 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.

Cruelty-free, 100% Made in France


Notes

Top

Violet leaf
Nutmeg
Lemon

Heart

Incense
Cypress
Sage

Base

Tonka absolute
Leather
Styrax

Shipping

Free Shipping
Free shipping on all orders going to France, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, Austria, Italy, Portugal, Spain.
Other destinations (excluding United Kingdom) receive free shipping on orders above 50€ and a flat shipping fee calculated at checkout on orders under 50€. 
United Kingdom receives a flat shipping fee calculated at checkout.

Free Returns
Returns are always free of charges. We want you to be absolutely satisfied with your perfume. In case you’re not satisfied after opening the product, we’ll refund you. That simple!

Delivery time
All orders are processed within 3 business days.
Once processed your order will be delivered in:
France: average delivery time is 3 business days (La Poste)
UK: average delivery time is 5 business days
USA: average delivery time is 5 business days (USPS)
European Union: average delivery time is 7 business days.
As these delivery dates depend on our transporters, we cannot guarantee that it won’t unexpectedly take additional time. However, we are doing our best to deliver you in time, and we promise we’ll keep you informed of your order’s progress! 

Delivery countries
We currently only deliver the European Union 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.

Slipping away to an underground Parisian party, piercing music against a backdrop of blinding smoke. Or, savoring an ultra invigorating treatment at a subdued spa, luxurious yet understated.

Customer Reviews

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Jurica L.
perfect. My recommendation

It smells similar to Fahrenheit 1988 christian dior. Bon parfumeur 603 is perfect and long lasting.

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Rodrigo R.
There's no loose with any perfume

I love the fragrance ! I also got the samples and there is no fragrance that doesn't smeel great !

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Nicolas L.
Manque de longévité

Très belle création, un parfum parfait pour l'été.
Mon seul regret est le manque de tenu du parfum.

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Pierre F.
Magnifique

Exactement ce que je recherchais.

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Mylène grew up in south- west France, where she liked to discover the scents of nature, particularly the aromas of the underbrush or of the rose bush in her family’s garden. She began her career as a perfumer in 2010 at Robertet in Grasse. A few months later, she joined the Paris team alongside Michel Almairac. She then entered Drom Fragrances in January 2019. The ingredients Mylène finds addictive are woody notes, lichen and moss, but also vetiver, which lends fragrances elegance and character. She is generally greatly influenced by nature, but also by fashion and any other kind of art. She also sees travel as an endless source of inspiration, with Morocco and Cuba having really captured her heart. She thinks a Bon Parfumeur needs effort and patience, but must importantly also know their classics to be able to develop new fragrances.

Mylène Alran
Perfumer
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