The Liberty style relates an era; the 1970s’ era of femininity, with pastel shades, romanticism and a breath of fresh air… These are the codes that inspired Maison Berger Paris for this Bouquet Liberty creation, the memory of an everlasting atmosphere.
It all begins gently, with a slightly sweet pear and bergamot top note. Then comes the floral heart in a subtle exercise of balance between a delicate bouquet of white flowers and a bunch of subtly aqueous wisteria. It all settles on a warm base of tenderly enveloping oak moss.
With this spring-time revelation, Maison Berger Paris once again engages in an exercise of creation imprinted with know-how and puts the excellence of master perfumers from Grasse and the efficacy of its process to use to stir the emotions.
With a twisting trunk, cascading flowers and a powerful fragrance, wisteria has adorned romantic gardens through the ages and all over the world in its nonchalant beauty and its elegance. Since Antiquity, it has been the flower of seduction, of passionate embrace. Its olfactory ardour rivals only with the feeling it arouses: a romantic temptation.