Heady and tangy, the leaf of the Mediterranean flower joyfully expresses light and luminous top notes.
Introduced in Europe during the 17th century, geraniums were initially used for medicinal purposes. They were soon used in perfumery as well, for the aromatic properties of their leaves and stems. The rose-like aroma of geranium is particularly delicate, both sweet and strong, very similar to that of rose, yet distinctive thanks to its light green and citrus notes. PANIER DES SENS has selected the Pelargonium Graveolens, also known as Rose Geranium to embody the first fragrance of this iconic collection.