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Have you ever heard the expression, “It’s not how you start but how you finish?” This fits perfectly with Rose Alcane, which opens with a textured rose petal that smells so real you can’t believe it’s anything but. (Thank rose oxide and oxane for that olfactive trickery.) But in a quick instant, the vivid rose disappears into the night and the most vividly green and metallic alchemy takes its place. Transform your fragrance aura with Rose Alcane, the rose fragrance for people who don’t love roses.
Notes include exaltolide, rose oxide, oxane, rhubofix, trimafix, and tobacarol.
Fun fact: Rose oxide is a aroma chemical found in roses and rose oil. It also contributes to the flavor of some fruits, such a lychee, and wines, such as Gewurztraminer.
- Aether, the French house that focuses on the simplicity of synthetic molecules. Rose Alcane was created by perfumers Amelie Bourgeois and Anne-Sophie Behagel.