Nectars des Îles
Modern White Floral
Lush native Caribbean island flowers and sparkling nectars. Opulent. Rich. Creamy.
Nectars des Îles originates from the Caribbean and is homage to the delicious nectars and sultry flowers of the islands. It recreates a bouquet of lush island flowers with bold creamy gardenia and tiare petals at the center of the bouquet, accented with multi colored frangipani flowers. The intense tropical floral notes made with precious absolutes of Ylang Ylang, Plumeria obtusa, Plumeria acutifolia and Jasmine auriculatum are softened with sparkling natural Hesperidian notes and osmanthus nectar. The opulent base is composed of delicious sandalwood absolute from the pacific island of Vanuatu, Tahitian vanilla, rich ambers, and elegant musks.
TOP NOTES: Wild Oranges, Mandarin, Green Citron, Osmanthus Nectar
HEART NOTES: Fresh Gardenia and Tiare petal accord, Absolutes of two frangipani species, Ylang Ylang and Jasmine auriculatum
BASE NOTES: Sandalwood Absolute from Vanuatu, Tahitian Vanilla, Amber and Fine White Musks
MOOD: Invitingly amorous, juicy. Dreamy, narcotic, spellbinding.
What People Are Saying…
“The narcotic companion piece to Vents Ardents, Nectar des Iles, is a creamy gardenia shaded with jasmine, ylang ylang and frangipani over an amber/vanilla/musk base. Both are stand alone fragrances but I can imagine the sumptuous effect created when each is worn by two people beside each other. As a couple they would magnify the beauty of their elements together.” – Indie Perfumes Magazine
“One of my own favorites is a fragrance from a California indie perfume house, Nectars des Îles from En Voyage Perfumes. It is a perfectly orchestrated symphony of tropical florals, vanilla and musks. Its companion scent,Vents Ardents, was created with men in mind but I wear it a lot myself. It is a fantasy of fruits, woods, vanilla, spices and tobacco that is incredibly delicious. These two were actually made as a his-and-hers duet, and can even be layered together for an incredibly luscious fragrance experience that is the ultimate expression of a tropical paradise.” – The Portland Examiner