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Eau de parfum 103 : tiare flower, jasmine, hibiscus

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Eau de parfum 103 : A sun-drenched flower.

How about a walk along the beach, with hot sand and coconut trees? 103 is the ultimate sundrenched scent! It is sure to whisk you far away with its accords of tiare flower, hibiscus and white sand. The fragrance opens on top notes of fresh Italian bergamot and green Moroccan neroli. The heart reveals a sunny floral bouquet of frangipani and Sambac jasmine, which lend character with their animalistic green and orange-tinged notes. The base of musk and vanilla forms a warm and milky trail that calls to mind the sweetness of monoi and soothing vacation memories

What is Sambac jasmine?

Two varieties of jasmine are mainly used in perfumery: Grandiflorum jasmine, which can be found in Grasse and Egypt, and Sambac jasmine, mainly grown in India. Sambac jasmine has a greener scent, while Egyptian jasmine is fruitier and sweeter. Grasse jasmine, meanwhile, is more jammy and petal-like. What distinguishes Sambac jasmine physically is its large number of petals, which greatly outnumber Grandiflorum jasmine’s five.

What is monoi?

Monoi is a fragrant oil obtained by macerating tiare flowers in refined copra oil (from coconut). It is used as a massage oil to nourish skin and hair, as well as a tanning oil to stop skin from drying out in the sun (NB: it is not a substitute for sunscreen). Monoi is a traditional product of the islands of French Polynesia.

Where does neroli come from?

Neroli is the essential oil of the bitter orange flower. It is obtained by steam distillation. Many different extracts can be taken from this tree; bitter orange essential oil is extracted from the fruit, petitgrain essential oil from the branches and twigs, and orange blossom absolute from the flower, extracted using volatile solvents.

 

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. When juxtaposed with 303, 103 becomes warmer, more oriental and floral. Paired with 802, a wave of floral freshness washes over 103.

How to use it: 

Spray onto pulse points like the wrists, neck, behind the ears, and the crook of the elbow 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.)

test Alcohol denat., parfum (fragrance), aqua (water), anise alcohol, benzyl alcohol, benzyl benzoate, benzyl salicylate, geraniol, hydroxycitronellal, isoeugenol, limonene, linalool. 80% 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 103 : A sun-drenched flower.

How about a walk along the beach, with hot sand and coconut trees? 103 is the ultimate sundrenched scent! It is sure to whisk you far away with its accords of tiare flower, hibiscus and white sand. The fragrance opens on top notes of fresh Italian bergamot and green Moroccan neroli. The heart reveals a sunny floral bouquet of frangipani and Sambac jasmine, which lend character with their animalistic green and orange-tinged notes. The base of musk and vanilla forms a warm and milky trail that calls to mind the sweetness of monoi and soothing vacation memories

What is Sambac jasmine?

Two varieties of jasmine are mainly used in perfumery: Grandiflorum jasmine, which can be found in Grasse and Egypt, and Sambac jasmine, mainly grown in India. Sambac jasmine has a greener scent, while Egyptian jasmine is fruitier and sweeter. Grasse jasmine, meanwhile, is more jammy and petal-like. What distinguishes Sambac jasmine physically is its large number of petals, which greatly outnumber Grandiflorum jasmine’s five.

What is monoi?

Monoi is a fragrant oil obtained by macerating tiare flowers in refined copra oil (from coconut). It is used as a massage oil to nourish skin and hair, as well as a tanning oil to stop skin from drying out in the sun (NB: it is not a substitute for sunscreen). Monoi is a traditional product of the islands of French Polynesia.

Where does neroli come from?

Neroli is the essential oil of the bitter orange flower. It is obtained by steam distillation. Many different extracts can be taken from this tree; bitter orange essential oil is extracted from the fruit, petitgrain essential oil from the branches and twigs, and orange blossom absolute from the flower, extracted using volatile solvents.

 

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. When juxtaposed with 303, 103 becomes warmer, more oriental and floral. Paired with 802, a wave of floral freshness washes over 103.

How to use it: 

Spray onto pulse points like the wrists, neck, behind the ears, and the crook of the elbow 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

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Ingredients

Alcohol denat., parfum (fragrance), aqua (water), anise alcohol, benzyl alcohol, benzyl benzoate, benzyl salicylate, geraniol, hydroxycitronellal, isoeugenol, limonene, linalool. 80% 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.

A moment of extravagance in the Caribbean, in the shade of a palm tree that has witnessed a great many things. Or in the starlit Sahara, staring out into distant and infinite skies.

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Fabienne J.
Odeur douce et agréable

Ne tient pas suffisamment longtemps

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Berlu
N°103 un air de vacances

Depuis que j'ai découvert ce parfum je le recommande tous les étés. Découvert lors d'une balade parisienne en sortie de musée j'ai tout de suite été séduite par les associations de tiare, jasmin et hibiscus qui compose ce parfum. Un air de vacances !

M
Mr D.W.
Anniversary gift

Bought a selection of items including fragrance, candles and tote bag for my wife, great communication throughout the delivery process and she was extremely happy with the products
Thank you

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Anna B.
Summer vibe

Love it. Fresh, summer, flowery scent.

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 finds 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.”

She prefers amber woody notes, with a special loving for sandalwood.

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