*** A VERY VINTAGE FORMULA***
A homage to women’s liberation, this subtly ambiguous and provocative fragrance combines leathery top notes usually found in men’s fragrances with an eternally feminine floral bouquet. As such, it can be shared by men and women.
The great perfumer and the founder of the house of Caron, Ernest Daltroff, created Tabac Blond in 1919. It is a fragrance for women who smoke cigarettes, since a cigarette was, at that time, the perfect symbol of freedom and chic of a Parisian woman. The perfume elegance is based on the unique combination of leather, tobacco leaves and vanilla. This is a “dry” perfume with an intense note of smoke. The perfume notes are: leather, carnation, lime blossom, iris, vetiver, ylang-ylang, cedar, patchouli, vanilla, ambergris, musk.