Chopard is always innovating and creating amazing fragrances, we wanted to share with you one of our all-time favourite Chopard fragrance, Rose Malaki.
Roses were used as early as the first century B.C. to create perfumes in Morocco, but the process was greatly refined by Ibn Sina (Avicenna) who discovered how to extract rose essence from the petals of the regal flower.
The rose petal accord, conceived by master perfumer Amandine Clerc-Marie (Firmenich) adds a fresher, brighter dimension.
“At the beginning, creative ideas come from my personal experience or raw materials that I think they are adapted to the brand universe. More the project develops; more it becomes teamwork. I really think that it is the exchange of points of view who transforms a good idea in a great perfume,” says Chopard’s perfumer Amandine Clerc-Marie.
The fragrance’s wood note comes from the Atlas cedar. Growing in the Atlas mountain chain of Morocco, this noble wood possesses a warm and enveloping tonality and creates a captivating trail and aftertaste to the Rose Malaki experience, making it the perfect summer fragrance.