Le Roy Soleil Extrême

Le Roy Soleil Extrême

2012 Creation
Man Gender
Aromatic - Fougere Olfactory groups
Olfactory pyramid
Top Notes : Pineapple, Bergamot, Lemon
Le Roy Soleil Extrême
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Le Roy Soleil Extrême opens with fresh notes of bergamot, lemon and pineapple leaf. The heart reveals lavender, apple and spicy notes of cardamom. The drydown blends Haitian vetiver, mosses, amber, musks and leather. Perfumer: Mathilde Bijaoui, Mane.

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Charme et séduction à l’extrême


The painter Salvador Dali was fascinated by Louis XIV, who was known as “Le Roy Soleil”, i.e. The Sun King. Dali even dedicated a watercolor painting to the King. Called ‘Le Roy Soleil,’ it inspired a perfume of the same name in 1995, followed by a “for him” version in 1998. The latter is a woody-aromatic fragrance with luminous accents. In 2012, the House of Salvador Dali unveils Le Roy Soleil Extrême, a more sensual and charismatic version of the men’s scent.


Eau de Toilette 1.7 and 3.4 oz.


The matte-black rectangular bottle is adorned with an engraving of the sun signed Dali. The bottle’s cap and neck are both golden.

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