Lily, Cloves, Saffron, Violet, Benjoin, Iris Root, Vetiver, Cedarwood, Sandlewood, Vanilla, and Musk.
Sweet Violet, Orris, Green, Cedarwood, Sandalwood, Vanilla, and Musk.
Based on our research on Vincent Roubert, technical director of Coty enterprise, our opinion is that, in 1913, Coty launched his perfume IRIS in hopes to reproduce the scent of the flower. For the past four years, we have acquired much knowledge on the flower Iris, from its petals to its roots. As a result, we created Florentin extrait, which is an exact portrayal of the flower aromas.
We also created Magistral, a perfume which captures the true essence of the Iris root and the amazing scent of the White Lys (a flower commonly used to symbolize purity).
This combination is truly harmonious, unforgettable and an extravagant scent.