Les Parfums de Rosine Une Rose au Bord de la Mer ~ new fragrance

Rosine Une Rose au Bord de la Mer

Les Parfums de Rosine will launch Une Rose au Bord de la Mer in May. The new limited edition fragrance 'tells the story of a fantastic summer vacation'.

The notes feature neroli, bergamot, bitter orange, mandarine, immortelle, rose, jasmine, cistus oil, amber, ambrette seed and white musk.

Les Parfums de Rosine Une Rose au Bord de la Mer will be available in 100 ml Eau Fraîche. (via cosmoty.de)

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  1. dissed says:

    Wait a minute. Didn’t they JUST launch a new one? Something dark? How busy are they over there, anyway.

    • Robin says:

      You’re probably thinking of Secrets de Rose, which was 2009. We get them so slowly in the US! But they are busy. They’ve done 12 scents that I know of since 2005. Not so much as some brands, I guess…look at Bond no. 9!

  2. mjr17 says:

    Ooooo I love it. I definitely want to sniff this…I hope the “limited edition” status doesn’t prevent that from happening. Also, I sort of love that blue cap & tassel. :)

    • Tara says:

      I agree the bottle does look cool!!!

    • Robin says:

      Apparently they’re only doing 200 bottles. So hard to say if we’ll get it here or not.

      • mjr17 says:

        ONLY 200 bottles? Sigh…

        • sunshine808 says:

          You could always turn to samples and decants *shrugs*

    • boojum says:

      Sounds like you need to find a bottle and host a split (assuming something near a reasonable price). Ahem. ;)

  3. mals86 says:

    A Rose at the seaside… sounds nice. I haven’t *loved* every PdR I’ve tried, but they’re all well done.

    • Robin says:

      It sounds like Ecume de Rose! But the notes are quite different.

      • boojum says:

        That was my first (and second) thought as well…and I love EdR.

    • bogsc says:

      I agree…a rose at the beach sounds amazing. Since it’s unlikely I’ll be able to give this one a sniff, other suggestions for something similar? Robin, can you describe Ecume de Rose for me? Thanks, Carolyn

  4. AnnS says:

    *Sigh* it would be so tempting to buy this unsniffed as it reads so pretty and it is so limited… but I have such a hit or miss relationship with Rosine. The only ones I love that I’ve smelled are Zeste and Rose d’Homme.

    • Robin says:

      I’m kind of hit & miss with them too. I really do like a few of them.

  5. parfumliefhebber says:

    Sounds nice and the bottle is indeed “cool”. Mostly the rose is wearing me, but maybe I can get a sample to try.

    • Robin says:

      Let us know how it is! Doubt I’ll ever try this one.

  6. Absolute Scentualist says:

    This does sound pretty though I don’t usually do aquatic. The complete line does seem hard to come by. I can’t seem to even find Rose Praline in the larger bottle stateside. But I love what they do with roses and would definitely sample this.

    • Robin says:

      Yes, their distribution here is spotty & slow.

  7. ggperfume says:

    All the perfumers seem to have a direct line on my taste in bottles recently. . . that little sailor-look is adorable. Must stick to my sniff-before-purchase principles, because the notes as well as the packaging are calling to me.

  8. sunshine808 says:

    Sounds kind of good. Ambrette seed and Immortelle? I’d try it.

    • Robin says:

      I’d try it if I saw it. But I probably won’t. :-)

      • sunshine808 says:

        Haha. Take it or leave it, huh. These notes just sound unique to me (together, anyway).

        • Robin says:

          No, just meant I probably won’t ever see it!

  9. Qwendy says:

    This sounds great, but I guess it had already sold out when I was just in Paris at the shop, darn it! They’ll probably reissue it, as they seem to be canny about these things ; ) Let’s cross our fingers!

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