Iris Des Champs by Houbigant Perfume. Houbigant debuted Iris Des Champs perfume in 2014.
It’s an oriental and floral motley of sweet, spicy, and aromatic accords. It could go particularly well for daytime wear in warm seasons. Beginning the sequence is a blend of zesty bergamot, pink peppercorn, pear, gentle rose, and exquisite lily-of-the-valley. Immersed in the main body are flowers of jasmine, ylang-ylang, and iris. It finishes with a cozy base of creamy sandalwood, waxy amber, woods,
vanilla and musk.
Houbigant is fragrance designer located in France. It’s one of the oldest and prolific perfumeries around, found in 1775 by Jean-François Houbigant. The first perfume was released in 1882. Before that, the perfumery made powders, toilet waters, and scented gloves. Most of the products were sold to people of high-class, such as royal families, clergy, and the plain rich. Rodrigo Flores-Roux, Robert Bienaime, Luca Maffei, Marcel Billot, and Paul Parquet are among some of the individuals who have nosed these scents.