Perfume 7.2 Morning in Tipasa
TOP NOTES: wild lemongrass, peppermint, Mediterranean pine, bergamot, honey
Albert Camus' "Wedding in Tipasa" (1938) is one of perfumer Pierre Guillaume's favorite works. In it, the author vividly describes a summer in Tipasa, decorated with Roman ruins and a rocky Mediterranean coast. The work reveals the beauty of the nature of the sunny area and the human body. Camus suggested notes: sea, sun, Algerian bergamot, wild lemongrass, peppermint, Mediterranean pine and jujube honey intertwine to create a light, fresh, bright aroma.
Fragrance category: citrus/aromatic