Peau d'Espagne 1872
From Florence to Grasse, from Corboba to Versailles, the fashion since the Renaissance had always been to adorn leather with luxurious scented essences.
Under the reign of Louis XIV, the Corporation of Glover-Perfumers flourished until its peak in the 18th century.
The Maison Oriza L. Legrand extended its collection with a perfume telling the former glory of Master Glover-Perfumers by creating Peau d’Espagne in 1872, an irrevocably powdery and woody leather fragrance.
Top notes: Rose, Neroli, Bergamot & Verbena
Heart: Clove, Lavender, Carnation & Sandalwood
Base: Birch Tar, Styrax & Benzoin