Oranges Bigarades by Lancome Perfume. Deliciously smooth and soft with a sparkling, sweet freshness, Oranges Bigarades is a quietly radiant citrus
white floral scent illuminated by lush florals and addictive accords of black tea and spice. The opening is bright and delicately effusive, mingling lovely mandarin and fruity-aromatic bergamot with spicy hints of bitter orange. Exquisitely airy white and green florals bloom in the heart notes, fusing lush orange blossom, hedione and jasmine with a
lovely, serene accord of Ceylon tea and warm nuances of black pepper. Base notes are clean and cozy, fusing sandalwood, benzoin and vanilla to produce a softly sensual trail.
Perfumer Christophe Raynaud composed this fresh citrus aromatic scent. The fragrance was launched in 2018 and belongs to the sophisticated Grand Crus Collection by Lancome Paris. Other popular scents in the series include the woody aromatic fragrance Patchouli Aromatique (2019), the powdery vanilla floral Iris Dragees (2018), the citrus white floral Figues & Argumes (2019) and the almond white floral Jasmins Marzipane (2016).
Though founded in 1935, the history of Lancome begins years earlier when the relationship of its founder, Armand Petitjean came to a head with Francois Coty with whom he had collaborated to produce perfumes. Parting ways because of differences in perceptions regarding production and sales, Petitjean introduced the first five Lancome fragrances at the World’s Fair in Brussels in its founding year. The company’s name was inspired by the ruins of...
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