Sunday, November 3, 2013

Rancé II: Le Vainqueur

Last week I wrote about Eugénie – my favourite women’s fragrance in the Rancé collection. This week I explored the men’s fragrances at Etiket in pursuit of some gift ideas. I was drawn to the men’s fragrances especially in Rancé’s Imperial Collection. My pick is Le Vainqueur, a gorgeous yet strong scent.

This fragrance was created in 1805 by François Rancé himself. It was crafted as a dedication to Napoleon in his success. This woodsy scent is perfectly balanced with citrus and floral notes to create a fresh, Mediterranean fragrance.

Head Notes: Grapefruit, Bergamot, Ginger, Melon, Watermelon, Italian Mandarin

Heart Notes: Lavender, Geranium, Lily of the Valley, Nutmeg, Calabrian Jasmine

Base Notes: Sandalwood, Vetiver, Florentine Iris, Leather, Ambergris, Musk

 Le Vainqueur is a fragrance about success. It is full of spirit and confidence – a perfect choice for a businessman. The gorgeous obelisk bottle captures victory itself.  Similar to the other Rancé perfumes, Le Vainqueur has a long life and changes once the notes open. Discover Rancé at here.

The spirit of all Rancé perfumes reflect tradition, innovation and naturalness.

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