The kingdom of Cashmere was once governed by a king named Togrul-bey; he had a son and a daughter that were admired by all. The Prince was a young hero whose thousand virtues made him very recommendable and Farrukhnaz, his sister, was a miracle of beauty. This beauty inspired love in all the men who dared to look at her as she left for the hunt. A love which made them lose all reason and fall into a languor that gradually consumed them. Waking from a dream, the princess of the kingdom of Cashmere no longer believes in men’s fidelity and decides to never marry. It was only after “The Thousand and One Nights”, recited each morning during her bath, that the princess renews her confidence in love and at last meets her life-love.
Olfactive Description Coloured by mauve and blue, Farrukhnaz makes it’s entry into a field of flowers and fruit. Noble oriental perfume, with audacity and mastery it develops the alliance of an intense gardenia, addictive musks and strong amber controlled by a sublime essence of natural patchouli.
Top notes: Plum, Black Current, Lemon of Italy.
Heart Notes: Gardenia.
Base notes: Patchouli, Amber, Tonka beans, Musks.