Vétiver Fatal - Atelier Cologne
Manufacturer: Atelier Cologne
Olfactory family: Woody Aromatic.
«He was alerted immediately and called on the case, another diamond stolen mysteriously. The moment he opened the dossier, a smile sparked in his deep eyes as he recognized her signature mark. He took one of his passports, burned the file and began the pursuit. This time she wouldn’t get away…»
Vétiver Fatal, a secret agent captures a dangerous encounter between bright and mysterious, as Heart of Hatian Vetiver and Tunisian Orange Flower Absolute surrenders to seductive Violet Leaves, smoky Texas Cedarwood and dark Oud.
Cologne Absolue concentrated at 18%
Top notes : bergamot from Calabria, lemon from Sicily, heart of bigaradier from Paraguay
Heart notes : orange flower absolue from Tunisia, violet leaves from Grasse, fig
Base notes : heart of vetiver from Haiti, cedarwood from Texas, dark oud accord
|Olfactory Family:||Woody Aromatic|
|Top notes:||bergamot from Calabria, lemon from Sicily, heart of bigaradier from Paraguay|
|Middle notes:||orange flower absolue from Tunisia, violet leaves from Grasse, fig|
|Base notes:||heart of vetiver from Haiti, cedarwood from Texas, dark oud accord|
|Concentration:||Eau de Cologne|
Jérôme Epinette, senior perfumer, began his career in Robertet’s Paris office in 2003 and joined the U.S. team to launch the New York Creative Center in 2006. Jérôme earned a master’s degree in biochemistry in Dijon, France and attended the Grasse Institute of Perfumery in Grasse. Had he not become a perfumer, Jérôme would have become a … sommelier. His admiration for winemaking is influenced by his hometown of Burgundy, and he loves to attend wine tastings and compare the different notes in wine, just like in perfumery.
Atelier Cologne is a niche perfume house established by Sylvie Ganter and Christophe Cervasel in 2010. The company makes what they call “cologne absolue"
Fragrances inspired by the historic recipe of the original "Eau de Cologne", a mixture of citrus and herbal ingredients, but blended in stronger concentrations (12-20%).