Infanta En Flor Perfume by Arquiste, In June of 1660 on the Isle of Pheasants, Maria Teresa married Louis Xiv. Bring home a piece of history as you imagine the princess' delicate perfume, Infanta En Flor, laced with orange blossom, rose, immortelle and labdanum with a creamy base of leather, cistus resin, benzoin and tonka bean. This simple fragrance is sweet and herbal, perfect for celebrating youth and innocence with a touch of a bright spring day. This perfume was first released in 2012.
It is said that history has a voice. Surely it also has a texture and a fragrance as well. Each member of the Arquiste collection hearkens to a particular time of the past and brings back old stories and helps craft new memories. Many were formed using classic recipes from the era depicted, but all have the power to transform modern surroundings with just a little more color and depth. The brand was established in 2011 by architect Carlos Huber, who specializes in preserving historical buildings.