LONDON — An Italian drink in a Parisian restaurant was the inspiration for Lancaster’s newest scent, Echo Woman.
A post-dinner cocktail of grappa whet the appetite of Quest’s executive perfumer, Francoise Caron, who created the fragrance, which is the latest in Lancaster’s Davidoff family of scents. “We softened its intensity with white musk and added femininity with floral notes of osmanthus and iris pulp around the heart,” said Caron. The juice’s top note is grape-raspberry frappe, countered with a sensual base note of violet wood and crystal amber.
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