Annayake is a brand founded in 1988 which first proved its worth as a specialist in cosmetology. However, since 2000, it has also been present on the perfume market. Each of its juices has a close link with the historical philosophy of the house. In addition, they are very imbued with a typical Japanese aura. Also, it is a new perfume for women that Annayake presents to us this time. This one is called Kimitsu For Her. It will also be launched in the company of a male counterpart. So, a little gallantry, let’s start by presenting this new feminine juice to you.
The oriental and floral freshness of Kimitsu For Her
Annayake simply presents her new perfume for women as being an oriental and floral juice intended for the fairer sex. Nevertheless, the recipe for this new essence has already filtered. Thus, Kimitsu For Her begins with a marked and sweet freshness of bergamot. This ingredient brings here a particular radiance, slightly zesty and tangy when it starts. What’s more, for more impertinence, it is accompanied by pepper. This spice releases a rising, dry and somewhat herbaceous flavor here. It also gains in refinement thanks to the presence of rose absolute, an ingredient universally used in perfumes and known for its elegance and romanticism.
What is more, the tuberose further accentuates its effect, increasing the heady start of this essence while enveloping it in a more waxy, warm and honeyed note. Then, the heart of Kimitsu For Her unfolds around a juicy and tangy blend of red fruits. Again, the pink pepper makes the whole thing more explosive. Orange blossom, for its part, unleashes its floral, green and waxy flavor here before everything darkens and no longer becomes enveloping. Kimitsu For Her ends with a more amber base. This elegantly blends the powerful flavor of patchouli with the animality of musk. Nevertheless, it is with the exotic sweetness of vanilla that this very balanced set ends.
Kimitsu For Her Aesthetics
On the bottle side, Kimitsu For Her follows the minimalist tradition of the Annayake house. It is both modern and authentic. To do this, he reinterprets the image of an inkwell and a brush evoking the art of Japanese calligraphy. This bottle was designed by Thierry de Baschmakoff, a designer practicing his profession for more than 20 years and at the head of the design agency Aesthete. The latter is a real star in his profession and his company has thus worked for the biggest luxury brands, accumulating more than 6,000 references in the field of bottling. This time, everything is designed in a very sober color. Only horizontal black lines contrast with the white of this bottle, forming a perfect circle in which is deposited the name of this new juice.