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Coquette Tropique Perfume Oil by Monyette Paris (0.125oz Oil)


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By Scent: hibiscus, gardenia, pear
By Country: france



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Coquette Tropique is the long-awaited follow up to Monyette Paris and the second addition to the haute voyage collection. Inspired by fresh and exotic florals from Polynesian isles. Coquette is composed of Hibiscus, Gardenia, Plumeria, and delicate French Anjou pear. Top notes of brilliant, sparkling citrus burst through a seductive middle note of rare Madagascar vanilla, settling into the purity of fresh island blossoms. Deliciously ripe, alluring and sexy.

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About Monyette Paris:

Monyette Paris is the result of pure inspiration. Several years ago, perfumeur Tristan Brando wanted to capture the luxurious and sensual island feeling experienced while travelling in Polynesia and the South Pacific. The creamy texture of the tropical air mixed with the local flora was intoxicating to the point of obsession. The more she got of that sensation, the more she wanted it, for herself and others. Upon her return she swore to capture the essence of that sensory experience in a fragrance that would one day become Monyette Paris.