Quelques Fleurs Perfume by Houbigant, Quelques Fleurs is a beautiful floral fragrance reminiscent of a spring garden at its full bloom. The perfume, originally launched in 1912, is lush and layered with a distinctly romantic motif.
Lemon and bergamot are the bright stars of the top notes. They are cooled by earthy tarragon and green notes. Citrusy orange blossom blends into the floral middle notes. Tuberose, orchid, lilac, carnation, jasmine, orris root, ylang-ylang, heliotrope, rose, iris, violet, and lily of the valley all swirl together for a gorgeously plush bouquet. A touch of honey and vanilla sweeten the fragrance at the base, which also features tonka bean, oakmoss, civet, musk, amber, and sandalwood. This dreamy perfume enhances any mood.
Jean-Francois Houbigant began his perfume business in 1774. He originally created scented gloves, toilet waters, and powders. His clients were nobility and royalty. The company is one of the longest operating perfumeries in the world.