Composition No. 1 Perfume
In Joya’s first perfume, Composition No. 1, the forbidden fruit—quince, not apple—puts forth a surprising and innocent character. Warm, inviting and subtly sweet on the skin, danger is rendered fresh and open.
Top Notes: sparkling citrus, Italian Mandarin, Valencia orange and quince…
Heart: rich florals, heliotrope petals, tuberose, jasmine, camellia and Damask rose…
Drydown: creamy sandalwood, pale musk and a hint of tonka bean…
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An orchestral confection whose first movement erupts with arpeggios of bright citrus and rich florals, followed by an adagio of creamy sandalwood and vanillic tonka bean.
– fruity-floral, creamy-citrus, luscious, full and fresh
Key Ingredients: Ambrettolide, Anisic Aldehyde, Bergamot, Decalactone Gamma, Habanolide, Lemon California, Lily Aldehyde, Mandarin, Methyl Anthranilate, Rose Oxide, Sandalore, Valencia Orange, Vanillin.
Net Weight: 75 ml / 2 fl. Oz.
Handmade slip cast porcelain bottle with a 22k gold dipped wand