Demeter Frangipani by Demeter Perfume. Blooming on plumeria trees, frangipani flowers are known for their bursts of vivid color and fragrant aroma.
Demeter Frangipani harnesses this opulent floral note and places its full splendor on display. This 2010 unisex floral fragrance consists of a single frangipani note. Yet this single note offers a stunning array of tones: peachy, creamy, fruity, citrus and vanilla. There’s a distinct tropical essence in this fragrance’s scent profile.
perfumer Christopher Brosius and Christopher Gable founded Demeter Fragrance Library in 1993. Three years later, the international perfume house debuted its first three scents – Dirt, Grass and Tomato – on the shelves of Henri Bendel’s New York City stores. Almost 30 years later, the brand has produced nearly 400 scents ranging from the traditional to the avant-garde. Top sellers include Kitten Fur, Royal Apricot, Fresh Brewed Coffee, New Zealand and Lilac. Today, the company operates in both the United States and Europe. Its Italy-based brand, the Library of Fragrance, opened in 2015.