Candide: Candide is a warm, sunny blend of jasmine and citrus. It's an extremely happy perfume that opens with a big burst of heady jasmine and blood orange accented with hints of pepper. It strikes the perfect balance between gourmand and floral. I can actually taste the orange zest on the roof of my mouth when I breathe it in, and it really is mouthwatering. As it dries down, it becomes earthier, more sensual, with the narcotic presence of frankincense and myrrh. It's lovely because it's such a bright floral, but there's still plenty about it that's "dirty".
Honey Blossom: A softer, more rounded floral than Candide, Honey Blossom seeks to showcase the enchanting scent of linden flowers. It opens a bright linden blossom, then matures to a soft, resinous honeysuckle, elegantly amalgamating the nectar of the flowers with the warm glow of ambergris. It's a classic feminine scent, perfectly blended and beautiful.
Lumiere: Lumiere is one of those scents you simply can't stop sniffing. It's so utterly different than anything you'd expect, and extremely olfactorily fascinating. It has a delicious chemical hint of petrol at times, but beneath that there's the light, lovely scent of green tea and sweet honeysuckle. It dries down to a subtle, sexy skin scent that lingers all day, undetectable unless someone leans in for a kiss.