Winter 1959, during the promotion of the movie "Les chemins de la Haute Ville" Just before the screening, Simone Signoret moved in a small cosy lounge filled with flowers, a butler brings her a glass of champagne and marrons glacés (iced chestnuts) which she loves, this iced oriental balsamic chocolate which contains a vanilla-coconut cream, traces of mint leaf and fig, an addictive sweetness of the scent of flowers that perfume the room.
In 1960, Simone Signoret received the Oscar for best actress for her interpretation in "Les Chemins de la haute ville", becoming the first French actress to receive this award.
Top Note : Bergamot, Fresh foliage.
Middle Note de Coeur : Rosewood, Coconut, Jasmine, Lilac, Lily of the Valley, Peach, Rose.
Base Note: Solar Amber Accord, Woody-Balsamic Accord, White Musk.