Penhaligon's Vaara

Master perfumer Betrand Duchafour received by His Royal Highness Maharaja Gaj Singh II, the order to create a personal fragrance that expressed his deep love and familial connection to Jodhpur .

Betrand Duchafour traveled to Jodhpur, attended the historic forts, family palaces, exotic gardens and bustling markets of the city....

Penhaligon's Vaara

Master perfumer Betrand Duchafour received by His Royal Highness Maharaja Gaj Singh II, the order to create a personal fragrance that expressed his deep love and familial connection to Jodhpur .

Betrand Duchafour traveled to Jodhpur, attended the historic forts, family palaces, exotic gardens and bustling markets of the city. The wealth of inspiration that came against it in this fascinating part of India, he has captured as a result in the fragrance Vaara.

Even the packaging reflects the intense blaze of colors of Rajasthan. For refining the design has been printed on paper and provided with gold foil stamping and a gold ribbon. The perfume is named after Vaara, the granddaughter of the Maharaja.

Vaara begins with a delicious blend of coriander and carrot seeds, creamy saffron and juicy quince. The heart of Vaara belongs to the gardens of Balsamand, the Maharaja’s summer palace, with two roses blended elegantly with a billowing note of Indian magnolia and a whisper of iris. The fragrance settles into a luscious combination of honey, white musks and resins dripping over an aromatic base of tonka, cedarwood and sandalwood.

Modern and atmospherically intense. Vaara is the scent of a Maharaja, full of charm, majestic.

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