Tinoutcha

Tinoutcha

by Burdin
2014 Creation
Woman Gender
Oriental - Woody Olfactory groups

Olfactory pyramid

Top Notes : Osmanthus, Pear, Nectarine
Tinoutcha
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Description

A heart beating between oriental notes and woody touches. Inspired by a Bolshoi ballerina whose passionate nature it has inherited, Tinoutcha seduces with delicious notes of pear and peach, enhanced by the unusual note of osmanthus. An entrechat later, the delicate heart notes of Turkish rose, jasmine, and fresh violets appear, pirouetting on woody base notes (oudh, sandalwood, cashmere woods).

History

Véronique Nyberg has let her imagination run free to offer us three different notes which all carry the Burdin seal, an olfactory stamp that is distinctively French. Once inspired by a Bolshoi ballerina, this perfume celebrates her today with notes that pirouette without restraint. We succumb to generous notes of fleshy ripe pear and juicy peach. They dialogue with the unusual osmanthus flower, somewhere between masculine and feminine, developing accords of floral, fruity and leather notes... The fruity head note gradually makes way for a delicate heart. The senses are seduced, and flit from stylish Turkish rose to sensual jasmine and the natural freshness of violet. This ballet of harmonies closes with highly woody base notes, a real theatre scene, with deep and strong accords of powerful oudh, warm sandalwood, and voluptuous and balsamic cashmere woods.

Range

Eau de parfum 3.4 oz

Bottle

The simplicity of the bottle enhances these deep, amber liquids that scintillate with the light. Reminiscent of the style of the past, the lines of the case and the bottle are sleek, subtle, sober. Within its home of glass and its pure white box with its little gold plaque, the perfume is showcased in the most elegant manner. The label alone tells the entire story of Maison Burdin. Of fine gold, it depicts the original drawing of the muse. From the back of the bottle, seen through the rippling liquid, the label reveals a delicate plant design, a discreet nod to the Art Deco style. More information on www.lesparfumsburdin.com

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