Flor y Canto

Flor y Canto

2012 Creation
Man Gender
Floral - Orange Tuberose Olfactory groups

Olfactory pyramid

Top Notes : Magnolia, Tagete
Heart Notes : Tuberose, Frangipani
Base Notes : Copal
Flor y Canto
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Flor y Canto, by Arquiste, is composed around floral notes: tagete, tuberose, magnolia and frangipani blossom, in addition to copal, a kind of Mexican frankincense. The fragrance was designed in collaboration with Rodriguo Flores-Roux, Givaudan.

At a glance

The atmosphere of a Mexican fiesta


Founded by Carlos Huber, the Arquiste brand’s vocation is to connect history, architecture and fragrance. ‘Arquiste aims to interpret the past in the present through perfume in order to connect olfactory memory to great moments in history,’ this niche brand explains. One of its very first scents, Flor y Canto (‘Flower and Song’ in Spanish) carries us back to the year 1400 in Tenochtitlan, Mexico, in the midst of the most fragrant celebration in the Aztec calendar.


Eau de Parfum 1.8 oz.


The oval bottle is topped with a golden cap.

  • No rate for this perfume 19 july 2015

    Voilà un parfum bien tentant, mais à 165 dollars, ouch... Quant à la tubéreuse, vous avez raison, mais pourquoi pas avec des notes chaudes et crémeuses ?

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  • No rate for this perfume 09 january 2015

    I just commented the other day that I'd like to see an orange tuberose done for a man. I had no idea Arquiste did it already with Flor y Canto.

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  • Perfume unappreciated 09 june 2013

    A little too flamboyant for me. The tuberose and frankincense just ruined it for me.

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  • Exceptional perfume 17 march 2013

    Ce parfum masculin appartient à une famille olfactive des plus originales pour une composition destinée aux hommes. Étonnant d'y trouver de la tubéreuse.

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