Petit Matin by Maison Francis Kurkdjian is a Aromatic Green fragrance for women and men. Petit Matin was launched in 2016. The nose behind this fragrance is Francis Kurkdjian.
Rise at dawn and escape into the delightful freshness of an early morning in Paris to rediscover a taste for beauty. Stroll through the empty streets and archways of a Paris still cast in the first light of day, before taking a rest. Let yourself be carried away by the luminous energy of litsea Cuba from Indonesia, lemon from Calabria, the floral softness of hawthorn, and lavender from Provence. Then, get lost in a labyrinth of musky and ambery notes. Not all who wander are lost, and for those of you who love the thrill of exploration above all else, Petit Matin is your perfect companion.
Kurkdjian achieves the feeling of morning light by combining high quality citrus (lemon, litsea cubeba and orange blossom) with a soft base of musks and ambroxan.The composition also features some lavandin and hawthorn, which attenuate the zestiness of the lemon and give an herbal nuance of freshness.The interesting ingredient on the notes list is litsea cubeba. It is a shrub native to Taiwan, which has a slight lemony smell. The listea cubeba supports the lemon and weighs it down by adding more depth.
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