Boucheron Jaipur Bracelet and Jaipur Homme Limited Editions

Louis Boucheron visited the city of Jaipur in the Rajasthan region in 1909 and became fascinated by it. This encounter inspired Boucheron line of jewelry and perfumes and especially the bottle designs. The first Jaipur fragrance was introduced in 1994. It was followed by Jaipur Homme in 1998 and Jaipur Saphir in 1999. The latest version, Jaipur Bracelet, was presented in 2012.

For Spring 2013, the house of Boucheron prepared two new fragrances—Jaipur Bracelet Limited Edition and Jaipur Homme Limited Edition, which celebrate the beauty of India, its flower gardens and precious stones.

The design of the new packaging of Jaipur Bracelet Limited Edition blends pink and saffron shades with arabesque decorations. The bottle is pink and orange, reminiscent of tourmaline and ruby. The fragrance is a fruity-woody. It opens with sour flavors of red currant, mandarin and the sweetness of raspberry. Delicate notes of hyacinth in the heart are mixed with exotic pink lychee and rose. Powdery iris and cashmere wood envelop the warm base. Carlos Benaim and Veronique Nyberg created this edition.

Top notes: mandarin, red currant, raspberry
Heart: hyacinth, rose, litchi
Base: iris, cashmere wood

Jaipur Homme Limited Edition comes in a package inspired by arabesque motifs and turquoise colors of the sea that represent the shades of flowers and plants in the sunlit city of Jaipur. The new fragrance reinvents the original oriental-spicy formula as a woody-aquatic composition of rare elegance. The composition begins with a water splash, fresh melon and the sensuality of cloves. As the original, this heart also features spicy aromas of nutmeg and cinnamon, laid on the base of amber wood and vanilla. The nose is Annick Menardo.

Top notes: aquatic notes, melon, clove
Heart: nutmeg, cinnamon
Base: amber wood, vanilla

The fragrances are available from April 2013 as 100 ml Eau de Toilette.

Source: fragrantica