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Les Grandes Amours du Taj Mahal, Eau de Parfum - 100ml -

Les Grandes Amours du Taj Mahal, Eau de Parfum - 100ml

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This perfume was created to capture youthful feeling and thoughts, and to contribute to quality of life. It opens with sparkling notes of grapefruit and bergamot, with melon and black currant, adding aromas of crushed, fresh leaves, lily of the valley and sea breeze aromas. A heart blooms with beautiful blue lotus Taj Mahal, strengthened with rose and jasmine, while base notes await us with iris, vetiver, raspberry, peach, vanilla and sensual musk. For an eternal revival of youth, a permanent re-awakening of our femininity and the awareness that a woman can fulfil any role. The Taj Mahal’s blue water lily is a manifestation of eternal love and timeless beauty. Its perfume’s sought-after virtues have inspired ballads and help to preserve youth, eluding the passage of time to fulfil the conscience

  • Romea d'Ameor is a French house founded by Annie Vannier. Their collection is inspired by women who had an important role in the history, attracted attention with their charm, charisma and certainly, beauty. The whole collection was created in cooperation with perfumer Pierre Bourdon, who signed numerous famous editions. Each of the presented perfumes is dedicated to a different woman from the history, who was given one unusual and exciting flower of the composition, which symbolizes her temperament and seductiveness
  • Fragrance notes:

- Top: Bergamot, Grapefruit, Melon, Cassis, Crumpled leaves
- Heart: Lily of the valley, Seabreeze, Bleu Taj Mahal lotus, Rose, Jasmine
- Base: Vetiver, Iris, Raspberry, Peach, Vanilla, Musk

  • Eau de Parfum 100ml Spray
  • Presented in an elegant box, the bottle is shaped like a thin amphora. A red ribbon is tied around the neck

The Mogul Empire of India, on the slopes of the Himalayas: It is 1610 and the Moghul Emperor Shah Jahan is at peace with the world. His marriage to Queen Arjumand Banu fills him with joy and he vows to her his eternal love. The splendour of the palace and gardens are truly a paradise on earth. Fruits, flowers, rare essences and precious woods grow in abundance to the great delight of the guests who wonder at the legendary perfumed water that flows gently in pools around them. This peaceful idyll is shattered by the sudden death of Queen Arjumand in 1631 and Shah Jahan vows to build a monument, unrivalled by any other on earth that will last throughout the ages as a symbol of his love. Fourteen years later the final stone is laid and Shah Jahan visits the tomb daily and enjoys wandering down the walkways where the queen's favourite citrus trees have been planted. Blue Lotuses form magnificent decorations on the ponds and their fragrance merges as though by magic with the mineral smell of the white marble façade. The king commissions a unique perfume to be made that recreates the ephemeral trace of his wife and embodies every happy memory of her. Only he and the chief perfumer are allowed to smell the unique scent that transports him momentarily into a dream. Its power and richness equal those of the place named after his loved one, "Mumtaz Mahal" which means "beloved ornament of the palace" in Persian. Carrying with it emotion and imagination, the fragrance lives on through the centuries causing hearts to beat, such as the one shaped by India itself


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