Mandragore Pourpre by Annick Goutal Perfume.
Spritzing Mandragore Pourpre by Annick Goutal onto your body first thing in the morning is the perfect thing to perk up your senses. It entered the marketplace in August of 2009, and it features a unique composition with interesting notes. This perfume incorporates the Mandragore root, a unique addition that is usually not found in fragrances. Additional aromas include bergamot, aromatic herbs, star anise, mint, spices, black pepper, geranium,
rosemary and amber. All this comes with a base comprised of myrtle, incense, heliotrope and patchouli.
Before she got her start as a perfumer, Annick Goutal had extremely successful careers as a model and a pianist. Her first collection came out in the 1980s, and it would not be long until the company would be acquired by the Taittinger Group. The brand has been passed onto Goutal’s daughter: Camille Goutal. Whether your evening plans are romantic or platonic, make sure you have Mandragore Pourpre.
Annick Goutal, the late-blooming fragrance connoisseur, came to her scents late after a lauded early career as pianist and model. She imbued the beauty cream industry with a focus on scents and packaging, moved by visceral memories of her father’s chocolate shop. She spent years with Henri Sorsana honing her talented sniffer. Her first fragrances—Folavril, Passion and Eau d’Hadrien—reflected her synthesis of life and love—“like precious...
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