Rose des Neiges, the new concentrate of femininity from Rosine
The rose is an essential flower in the perfume department. It is at the heart of many current compositions. Sometimes featured, other times as an accompaniment, she is the symbol of an elegant and courted woman. She brings poetry and romanticism to each perfume and is considered today as the star of flowers. Also, the Rosine house, a niche brand, specializes in the olfactory work around this plant. Thus, she presents her brand new creation called Rose des Neiges.
The powdery and modern scent of Rose des Neiges
Like each of the Rosine house fragrances, Rose des Neiges is presented in the form of an Eau de Parfum. Thus, its concentration is located halfway between Perfume and Eau de Toilette, offering consumers optimal hold. We are talking about a very sweet and very pure juice inspired by a bouquet of roses freshly picked from the garden and as if caught off guard by the first snows. Rosine presents it as a “modern interpretation of a powdery rose”. Nevertheless, under its very light appearance, Rose des Neiges is an enveloping fragrance, as soft as cotton.
Thus, it immediately plunges the wearer into a state of relaxation, letting a cloud as delicate as a veil of silk float. Rose des Neiges begins with a very fresh blend of mandarin and watermelon. Lychee, meanwhile, brings an exotic touch while the whole is tickled by the spicy presence of pink pepper. Then, the heart of this essence lets the scent of the rose explode. Its powdery facet comes from the presence of violet. Finally, it all ends with more roundness and envelopment, combining sandalwood, heliotrope and ambroxan. Nevertheless, a feminine perfume would be nothing without a touch of sensuality. This is why Rose des Neiges ends its route with a particularly carnal musk surge.
The emblematic bottle of Maison Rosine
As usual, Rosine has paid particular attention to the packaging of its perfume. Its bottle bears silky silver trimmings enhanced with a pink color and matches the tissue paper carefully folded around the latter when it is inside its packaging. The label affixed to its box is made of vellum card stamped with gold. Everything is then designed in a sky blue tone suggesting all the lightness of this perfume.
A perfume signed Nicolas Bonneville
Rose des Neiges is a juice that we owe to perfumer Nicolas Bonneville. He has already collaborated with the greatest and has joined forces with many other perfumers to acquire unparalleled know-how in perfumery. He notably worked with Jacques Maurel, Francis Kurkdjian and Françoise Caron before taking up his position at Fragrances Ressources. Also, he particularly enjoys working with natural materials and it is precisely this combination of authenticity and technicality that we find at the heart of the new Rose des Neiges de Rosine fragrance.