Bouquet de Joie is Enticing.

This perfume starts with a lively and sparkling burst of blackcurrant buds, instantly enticing with its blooming fruity freshness that evokes the crisp air of a garden at dawn. The vibrant, juicy notes of raspberry seamlessly blend with this opening, adding a luscious and slightly sweet depth that is both alluring and invigorating.

Bouquet de Joie is Compelling.

As the initial burst settles, the heart reveals a lush, floral bouquet of peony, complemented by the delicate, powdery elegance of violet, creating a harmonious floral accord that is both sophisticated and addictive.

Bouquet de Joie is Abundant.

Transitioning into the base, the smooth and nutty nuances of vetiver emerge, filling the fragrance with its rich and mysterious, woody depth, followed by an abundance of warmth from ambergris and musks, deeply inviting and irresistibly intoxicating.


Favorite Asked Questions

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Who should wear Bouquet de Joie?

Bouquet de Joie is perfect for those who enjoy creative expression and use fragrance as an extension of their personal style. It is ideal for those who desire to stand out and have a romantic nature that appreciates beauty. This fragrance intrigues others with an air of mystery and is valued by those who appreciate its androgynous quality, reflecting flexibility in identity. Those who seek authenticity and genuine experiences will find Bouquet de Joie to be a true reflection of their personality.

When is the best time to wear Bouquet de Joie?

Bouquet de Joie is versatile and can be worn every day, making it ideal for a variety of occasions. It’s perfect for starting your day with a touch of elegance and creativity, whether you’re meeting clients, attending networking events, or simply enjoying a casual gathering with friends and loved ones.

Where are the best places to wear Bouquet de Joie?

Bouquet de Joie is a versatile fragrance that shines in various settings. It's suitable for brunches, coffee dates, and casual gatherings, adding a layer of sophistication. This fragrance also complements intimate dinners or nights out, offering a romantic and mysterious aura. It is fitting for outdoor activities like picnics and even during workouts, and it adds a special charm to blind dates. Its flexibility makes it an excellent choice for any occasion where you want to make a memorable impression.

How to wear Bouquet de Joie?

For a stylish look with Bouquet de Joie, try mixing different textures and patterns in your clothing. You can also add unique or handmade accessories to add depth and personal style. If you like to keep it simple, consider adding bold or unexpected elements, such as a statement piece of jewelry or standout shoes, to make your outfit pop. Strive for a balance between casual comfort and refined aesthetics. For example, you can pair well-fitted jeans with a beautifully draped top and a tailored blazer, or choose flowing fabrics and floral patterns. This not only complements the sophisticated and versatile nature of Bouquet de Joie but also creates a stunning overall impression.

Why choose Bouquet de Joie?

If you are searching for a unique yet elegant perfume, Bouquet de Joie is the one for you. This sophisticated floral fragrance perfectly encapsulates the beauty of a peony bouquet. With a hint of blackcurrant buds absolute, it strikes a flawless balance between fruity brightness and deep floral notes, resulting in a distinctive and gender-neutral scent. This perfume is perfect for individuals who value creativity, individuality, and authenticity in their choice of fragrance.

More About Bouquet de Joie EDP

Olfactive Family

Floral, Floral Bouquet.

Adjectives: fruity, earthy, woody, rich, nutty.

Key Notes

Peony and Blackcurrant Buds Absolute.

Magic Words

Alluring, Compelling, Abundant.

Size and Format

50ml Eau de Parfum

Fragrance Concentration

22% in Ethanol


Between 6-8 hours. It can be more or less, mainly depending on your diet, activities, and the weather.

Respray it throughout the day to feel the freshness.




Alcohol Denat., Fragrance, Aqua (Water), Tetramethyl acetyloctahydronaphthalenes, Geraniol, Citronellol, Citrus Aurantium Peel Oil, Limonene, Eugenol, beta-Pinene, Rose Ketones, Oxacycloheptadecan-2-one, Terpinolene, Eugenyl acetate, beta-Caryophyllene natural, Benzyl benzoate, alpha-Pinene, Vanillin, Linalool, Citral, Linalyl acetate, Methyl 2-octynoate, Benzyl alcohol, Isoeugenol, alpha-Terpinene, alpha-Terpineol, Terpinenol, Benzaldehyde, Geranyl acetate.



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"When we first decided to create a floral bouquet perfume, I immediately thought of peonies due to their opulent appearance. I aimed to replicate the sensation of holding a plentiful bunch of peonies in our hands. To make the scent even more intriguing, I added blackcurrant buds absolute, which has a unique fruity green facets with a slightly animalistic touch that twists the florals to feel more androgynous. Finally, I added a bunch of vetiver Java EO to provide a woody, creamy, and rich texture. This perfume has a deep and rich scent without losing its sparkle. It's truly magical!"




Peony is a flower representing abundance and prosperity in many cultures. It was initially valued in ancient China for its medicinal properties before becoming a symbol of wealth and high status in imperial gardens. In Western cultures, the peony's opulent appearance and the fact that it blooms in spring—a season symbolic of renewal and growth—further reinforced its connections to abundance and new beginnings.

Hero Ingredient


The peony has been revered for over 4,000 years as a symbol of wealth, honor, and beauty. In China, it is known as the "king of flowers" and celebrated at the Luoyang Peony Festival. In Greek mythology, the peony is associated with Paeon, a follower of Asclepius, the god of medicine, and became a symbol of protection and good fortune.

Fresh peony flowers have a soft, delicate floral scent with a subtle touch of sweetness. However, peony is a 'mute flower,' which means that it is impossible to extract essential oil from it. In perfumery, peony accords are created to encapsulate the flower's refined and vibrant character. Peony's floral profile is nuanced with hints of rose, lily, and occasionally even a faint hint of citrus.

In Peony & Blush Suede (Jo Malone, 2013), Christine Nagel highlights the soft, romantic side of peony by blending it with red apple, jasmine, and suede. Francis Kurkdjian captures the dewy, vibrant scent of peony in À La Rose (Maison Francis Kurkdjian, 2014), combining it with Bulgarian rose, violet, and magnolia for a luminous and sophisticated bouquet. In Delina (Parfums de Marly, 2017), Quentin Bisch showcases peony’s richness by blending it with lychee, rhubarb, and vanilla, creating an opulent and long-lasting floral composition.

Peony and Blackcurrant Buds Absolute

Peony and blackcurrant buds absolute form an irresistible sensory experience. The fresh tartness of blackcurrant buds melds with the sweet airiness of peony, resulting in a heart that brims with vibrant yet refined freshness. This exclusive combination strikes a perfect balance between fruity and floral fragrances, creating an alluring and captivating scent. The greenness of the peony and the earthiness of blackcurrant buds take the sophistication of this perfume to the next level, giving it a touch of both femininity and androgyny.

Hero ingredient

Blackcurrant Buds Absolute

Blackcurrant buds absolute, also known as "Cassis Absolute" in perfumery, is a highly valued and distinctive ingredient. Extracted from the buds of the blackcurrant bush, it brings a unique and complex fruity profile with a deep, green, and slightly animalic undertone to fragrances. Its intense nature requires careful use to enhance the fragrance without overwhelming it.

Beyond its aromatic appeal, blackcurrant buds absolute also carries connotations of luxury and sophistication, owing to its rich scent profile and the meticulous process required to extract the oil from the tiny buds. This makes it a cherished ingredient among perfumers who seek to craft fragrances with a modern twist on traditional fruity or green notes.

In “L’Ombre dans L’Eau” by Diptyque (1983), Serge Kalouguine paired blackcurrant buds absolute with Bulgarian rose and petitgrain, creating a fresh floral green scent. In Portrait of a Lady (Frédéric Malle, 2010), Dominique Ropion uses blackcurrant buds absolute alongside rose, raspberry, and patchouli, to create a rich rose perfume. In Mixed Emotions (Byredo, 2021), blackcurrant buds absolute are combined with maté, birch wood, papyrus, and violet leaves absolute, to create a deep woody perfume.