Parfum de Empire General Catalog Perfume Oil (Available)
Aziyade was presented in 2008 and named after the book known also as Constantinople by Pierre Loti, half-autobiographic novel based on a diary written by a French officer in Greece and Istanbul in autumn and winter 1876. The book tells a story of Loti's forbidden love for 18 year old Aziyade, a girl from harem, as well as about his friendship with Spanish servant Solomon.
Perfume Aziyade was created to interpret love, passion and erotics, as a perfume of pure extasy. It opens with pomegranate, crystalized date fruit, almond, orange and dry plum with spicy accords of cardamom, cinnamon, ginger, Egyptian cumin, incense, vanilla, Madagascar vanilla absolute, patchouli, musk and labdanum. The perfume is available as 50ml and 100ml edp. Perfumer is Marc-Antoine Corticchiato.