Composed in the fifties by Edmond Roudnitska, one of the most acclaimed perfumers of the 20th Century, Frédéric Malle's Le parfum de Thérèse was never commercially produced and remained a legendary well-kept secret. Thérèse, Roudnitska's wife, was the only person allowed to wear it. This masterpiece is an essential testimony to the elegance of a bygone era. Tangerine and melon top notes, roses spiced up with prune as core notes and cedar wood, vetiver and leather base notes endow it with distinction. A cult and radiant perfume.
Top notes:melon, cucumber.
Middle notes: prune, rose, jasmine.
Base notes: vetiver, patchouli.
100 ml spray bottle.
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