French house Chopard will launch three new wood fragrances, Bois Nomades, Patchouli de Sumatra and Santal Odeyar, in its Gardens collection (see Gardens of the Tropics, Gardens of Paradise and Gardens of the Kings). The focus of the new trio, developed by perfumers Alberto Morillas and Dora Baghriche, is on ethical sourcing and sustainability.
Bois Nomades (above center) ~ joining Gardens of the Kings, with cinnamon, black pepper, hookah accord, clove, rose, cedar, oud, frankincense, cypriol, myrrh, opoponax and styrax.
Patchouli de Sumatra (above right) ~ joining Gardens of the Tropics, with bergamot, kaffir lime, sweet orange, juniper, cardamom, clary sage, patchouli and geranium.
Santal Odeyar (above left) ~ joining Gardens of Paradise, with bergamot, mandarin, pear, mango, orange blossom, jasmine, rose, sandalwood, cistus and benzoin.
Chopard Bois Nomades, Patchouli de Sumatra and Santal Odeyar will be available in 100 ml Eau de Parfum.
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