Maison Rebatchi Feu Patchouli
A small sensual and dazzling gem that is fiery, spicy and soft, yet never fades. Brimming with energy.
WOODY SPICY ORIENTAL
Top notes: sweet orange from Brazil, citron, bergamot, pink pepper, black pepper, blackcurrant absolute, aldehydes
Heart notes: clove, cinnamon, pink carnation, davana
Base notes: patchouli from Sulawesi, myrrh absolute, frankincense, labdanum absolute, vanilla, musks, driftwood, caramel, oak moss
A powerful woody blend with scents of chypre and dominant patchouli. A magnificent and vibrant symphony in which spices clove, cinnamon, black pepper, pink pepper ring like electrifying brass. The fragrance is rich, dense, intense, dark and mysterious as well as intoxicating. - Bertrand Duchaufour, Perfumer
In creating its first perfumes and candles, Maison Rebatchi surrounded itself with the greatest perfumers and best artisans in the discipline. From their choice of high-quality raw materials to compose their concoctions to the beautiful design of the perfume bottles, the creations of Maison Rebatchi are undeniably emblazoned with the seal of excellence.
For the composition and manufacture of their perfumes, Maison Rebatchi works with Accords & Parfums, the company that furnishes flowers for most auteur perfumers. Located in the hills of the French town of Grasse, Accords & Parfums exudes a unique savoir-faire. The perfume lab also grows and harvests their own authentic May Rose Absolute. So, it was only natural that in Accords & Parfums, Maison Rebatchi found an echo of their endless quest for perfection and beautiful raw materials.
Works of art.
The perfumes are displayed in artful bottles designed by Pierre and Jules Dinand. They decided to adorn the bottle with a mashrabiya motif to highlight the creator’s origins and the DNA of the French perfume house. Delicate, symbolic, and timeless raised petals engraved over the entire bottle reflect light, add rhythm and create an illusion without the eye being able to follow a specific movement.
This is the story of a perfume House that could have begun, like so many others, with “once upon a time there was a perfumer, or the son of a perfumer…". However, this was not at all the case. Maison Rebatchi is the fruit of a life-long dream. That of Mohamed Rebatchi, a young Franco-Algerian who grew up in a working-class suburb north of Paris.
Bertrand Duchaufour, the galvanizing artist.
Like many major independent perfumers, Bertrand Duchaufour’s approach to fragrance is a genuine reflection of the man himself: spicy and subtly dense. In the eyes of Mohamed Rebatchi, this tireless researcher, on a constant quest for new olfactory notes, is the ideal craftsman-perfumer for creating an original patchouli.