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Perfume for Fragrance Diffuser – Cassiopeia

This fragrance offers like a treasure the bitter Orange and Cinnamon married to the exoticism of the Tonka Bean and Vanilla. The fragrance of promised celebration and precious offerings. 

 

This refill will allow you to enjoy your perfumed bouquet for a long time. Made in Provence and developed by our perfumers of Grasse, its composition is of natural origin.

 

Made in Provence

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Cassiopeia Perfume 

Cassiopeia, queen of the constellations of the northern sky, is a fragrance with soft, magical and luminous notes. This fragrance offers like a treasure the bitter Orange and Cinnamon married to the exoticism of the Tonka Bean and Vanilla. The fragrance of promised celebration and precious offerings. 

 

Olfactory Pyramid

pyramide olfactive

Head: Bitter orange/ Mandarin 

Heart: Cinnamon/ Cloves 

Base: Tonka Bean/ Vanilla/ Praline

 

 

 

The Perfume for Bouquet

This refill will allow you to enjoy your perfumed bouquet for a long time. Made in Provence and developed by our perfumers in Grasse, its composition is of natural origin.

 

Additional information

  • A duration of diffusion estimated between 1 and 2 months according to the environment
  • A capacity of 200 ml / 6.75 fl. Oz
  • Price per kilogram of 60 €.
  • Made in Provence

Once the fragrance of your perfumed bouquet is finished, fill the bottle, then close the refill.

What is your perfume for perfumed bouquet made of?

ALCOHOL DENAT. (80% VOL.), AQUA (WATER), PARFUM (FRAGRANCE).

 

Warning

Dangerous ! Be sure to respect the conditions of use. Liquid and values are highly flammable. May cause severe eye irritation and allergic reaction.

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