Anaïs Anaïs Premier Délice, a more gourmet legend
An ode to femininity for dazzling success. Today, the legend is revisited for a more fruity and greedy side, it is “Anaïs Anaïs Premier Délice”.
Anaïs Anaïs, a story, a legend
Immediately adopted by all teenage girls around the world, “Anaïs Anaïs” represents the perfume of a whole generation, a first perfume for many young girls. “Anaïs Anaïs” marked a turning point in the history of perfumery. It was the first time that a perfume had been produced by a collective of perfumers, namely Paul Léger, Raymond Chaillan, Robert Gonnon and Roger Pellegrino. Even the bottle heralds a new fashion. While the trend is for shiny bottles, Cacharel is betting on sobriety. The name of this perfume is inspired by Anaitis, oriental goddess of love. The mixture of flowers is captivating, romantic at will. More than a tribute to romanticism, “Anaïs Anaïs” embodies the memory of the passage from adolescence to adulthood, a true legend,
The fruity and gourmet notes of Anaïs Anaïs Premier Délice
Cacharel therefore decided to revisit his legendary perfume in a version from the 2000s in order to seduce young girls today. “Anaïs Anaïs Premier Délice” begins with a very fruity accord combining juicy pear, invigorating bergamot and energizing orange. Then, it’s the turn of lilies to make their appearance accompanied by freesia, jasmine and white peony for even more femininity. This floral bouquet then meets vanilla and caramel which offer very sweet and gourmet notes, before melting into cocoa. Finally, white musks and amber warm up the base of the composition. The bottle of Anaïs Anaïs Premier Délice has codes similar to that of its elder, even if its appearance is much younger. Always filled with sweetness,
1978, Anaïs Anaïs is born. A true tribute to femininity and romanticism, Anaïs Anaïs seduces teenage girls around the world. Become cult, Cacharel has decided to revisit his perfume so that it can once again seduce young girls today. “Anaïs Anaïs Premier Délice” is always very floral but it is more fruity and more delicious than its elder, in particular thanks to the presence of vanilla and caramel. More than a perfume, Anaïs Anaïs represents a whole generation of young girls who have passed into adulthood. “Anaïs Anaïs Premier Délice” is the new sentimental landmark for teenage girls in the 2000s.
Released in 2014, “ Anaïs Anaïs Premier Délice ”is a revisit of the mythical essence of Cacharel,“ Anaïs Anaïs ”. When the fragrance “Anaïs Anaïs” came out in 1985, the success was dazzling. Both sensual and shy, “Anaïs Anaïs” has turned the lives of many young women upside down. The mixture of flowers is so romantic that the fragrance is overwhelming. Today, Cacharel has decided to offer a new moment of happiness to his fans by revisiting his star fragrance in an essence that is as romantic as ever, but much more delicious than the original.
Anaïs Anaïs Premier Délice , a perfumer duo revisits the legend of Cacharel
To revisit its star fragrance, the Cacharel brand has chosen a duo of talented perfumers, namely Olivier Cresp and Dora Baghriche-Arnaud . Olivier Cresp was born in Grasse and his family was a farmer. After spending 12 years with the Quest company, Olivier Cresp joined Firmenich in 1992. If Olivier Cresp was propelled to the front of the stage thanks to Angel by Thierry Mugler, he is nonetheless considered a genius. ! Dora Baghriche-Arnaud also grew up in Grasse, although she was born in Algiers. Dora Baghriche-Arnaud is also part of the Firmenich company. She enjoys making rare fragrances and when asked which scents bring back childhood memories, she says “Lemon blossoms, orange blossoms, Mediterranean gardens”. We owe Dora Baghriche-Arnaud for beautiful perfumes such as “Mon Paris” by Yves Saint Laurent.
The olfactory delicacy at the heart of Anaïs Anaïs Premier Délice
“Anaïs Anaïs Premier Délice ”opens with invigorating and sweet notes, namely those of bergamot, orange and pear. Originally from Central Asia and appeared more than 4,000 years ago, the pear arrived in Europe in the 16th century and Louis XIV “popularized” it in his gardens. The Greeks were so in love with pears that Homer called them “the gift of the Gods”. Today there are over 2,000 varieties of pear! In perfumery, the pear is reproduced identically, mainly thanks to the headspace technique. The pear gives off tangy, fruity, sweet and green tones. Then, the heart of “Anaïs Anaïs Premier Délice” is ultra feminine, romantic and elegant, because it combines lily, peony, freesia and jasmine. The plant’s name freesia was given in 1830, in honor of a German physician Freese. Native to South Africa, freesia is a bulb flower and its colors are sparkling. & Nbsp; In perfumery, freesia gives off powerful, very floral and jasmine tones. Finally, the base of “Anaïs Anaïs Premier Délice” is as sensual as it is gourmet and combines white musks, cocoa, caramel, vanilla and ambroxan. Soft and poetic, the bottle uses the main codes of its predecessor. It features a transparent glass that reveals the pink-orange color of the precious nectar.