Boucheron is a luxury brand founded in 1858 by Frederic Boucheron, who was among the pioneering jewelers who opened a shop in Place Vendome in Paris. The company started making elegant and sophisticated high-end jewelry before branching out to create other products, such as watches and perfumes.
Boucheron entered perfumery in 1988, releasing the namesake fragrance, which captured the essence of creativity with a hint of playfulness. Currently, the brand has released over 22 fragrances for men and women, with each scent evoking elegance, strength, sophistication, and happiness. The beautifully presented scents have captured the target audience’s interest as the company exudes class and sophistication.
The company prides itself on using high-quality ingredients to create its fragrance. It also collaborates with renowned perfumers to develop captivating scents that are long-lasting and suitable for different occasions.
Boucheron Eau Legere 2006
Boucheron Eau Legere 2006 was often described as a green floral fragrance that takes people to new heights. The light and refreshing scent was encased in an elegantly blue bottle accentuating its freshness.
Hints of zesty bergamot and tangerine open the fragrance and appeal immediately to the people. Then, the spicy aquatic and wonderful fragrance of water hyacinth and traces of white blossoms take over before the fragrance settles with the sweet and luscious undertones of vanilla and musk.
It is a great perfume for winter and fall months as the citrusy and floral vibe energizes anyone who sniffs the scent.
The fragrance Boucheron was the product of Francis Deleamont and Jean-Pierre Bethouart, launched in 1988. The scent was inspired by people who wished to exude creativity, tradition, and elegance, and the packaging also reflected the company’s ideals.
The top notes are a terrific blend of zesty oranges with hints of spicy-sweet and earthy basil, cassia, and asafetida. The heart notes are dominated by exotic jasmine, narcissus, ylang-ylang, geranium, and lily of the valley. Finally, the scent evolves into a wonderfully sensuous base composed of musk, vanilla, sandalwood, oakmoss, and tonka bean.
Boucheron is recommended for outings during winter as the scent makes the wearer feel confident, alive, and sexy.
Boucheron Fleurs EDP
Quentin Bisch teamed with Nathalie Gracia-Cetto to develop Boucheron Fleurs in 2019. The captivating floral scent highlights the company’s tendency to emphasize femininity laced with playfulness.
The scent begins with a delectable blend of peaches, Mandarin oranges, and lemons which evolves into exotic heart notes dominated by frangipani, petalia, and orange blossoms. The sweet and silky undertones of benzoin and vanilla embrace the wearer during the dry-down and continue to captivate anyone who smells the fragrance.
Boucheron Fleurs is a gorgeous scent that can be used year-round, especially during a fun weekend or for office and other leisurely activities.
Maurice Roucel developed the scent for Boucheron and released it in 2019. The scent is described as citrusy-fruity with a touch of florals. The vividly green bottle underscores the scent’s vibrant nature, and the audience appreciates its ode to femininity.
Luscious mango, grapefruit, and cedar dominate the top notes before giving way to sensual Sambac jasmine, orris root, and rose heart notes. The relaxing and familiar warmth of cashmere wood, sandalwood, and patchouli round out the stunningly feminine scent during the dry-down.
Jaipur Bouquet is best for special events during spring and summer as it ensures the wearer receives compliments.
Jaipur Bracelet EDP
Boucheron collaborated with Carlos Benaim to develop the Jaipur Bracelet scent in 2012. The fragrance is described as soulful and classy. They packaged the scent in a delicately pink-tinged bottle emphasizing its elegance and femininity.
The top notes of basil, violet leaf, and lemon verbena provide a zesty opening that instantly makes people notice. Next, the scent moves on to spicy aquatic heart notes dominated by hyacinth and lily of the valley before the relaxing undertones of iris and cypress finish the scent.
The fragrance is best worn regularly and is great for the office and nighttime romps with friends.
Miss Boucheron EDP
The playfully feminine scent of Miss Boucheron was the creation of Anne Flipo and Dominique Ropion, and the company introduced it in 2007.
A pleasant combination of spicy red peppers, pomegranate, and bergamot reels people in before the scent morphs into its heart notes composed of seductive violets, roses, and cyclamen. Finally, cedarwood, iris, blond suede, and musk base notes envelop the wearer with a sultry and relaxing aroma.
It is ideal for summer and spring, and the scent is perfect for casual date nights with friends and a special someone.
Oud de Carthage EDP
Dominique Ropion developed the spicy-sweet ode to the timeless trade city of Carthage, which was released in 2017. The scent evokes a timeless elegance that piques people’s interest and creates a sensual mystique.
A satisfying blend of honey and frankincense greets people as the scent’s top notes. The fragrance then transitions into heart notes of delightful labdanum absolute and luscious tonka bean, which evoke calm and peaceful memories. Finally, the familiar and warm scent of leather and oud captivates the senses as they round out the fragrance.
Oud de Carthage is best worn for formal occasions with friends, especially during winter and fall.
Place Vendome EDT
Nathalie Lorson and Olivier Cresp perfectly captured the essence of Paris when they came up with Place Vendome for Boucheron in 2013. Inspired by the first place where Boucheron set up his jewelry shop, the scent underscored a woman’s independence and strength.
Beautiful top notes of rose, tangerine, red peppers, and orange immediately appeal to the senses. Then, the scent evolves into heart notes of sweet and indulgent honey, praline, peonies, and jasmine. Smooth and creamy benzoin and cedar round out the beautiful scent.
Place Vendome is best used during the day in autumn, winter, and spring as the scent energizes with its terrific trail.
Quatre was designed by the trio of Nathalie Gracia-Cetto, Nadège Le Garlantezec, and Antoine Maisondieu and was released in 2015. The perfume was packed in a cylindrical container inspired by the Quatre ring and underscored the scent’s floral-fruity composition.
Citrusy and fresh lemons, tangerines, grapefruits, and oranges immediately appeal to the senses. The scent’s heart notes are comprised of a luscious blend of strawberries, apples, roses, peaches, and sultry jasmine. Sweet and sultry vanilla, caramel, white musk, cashmeran, and cedar base notes envelop the wearer during the dry-down.
Quatre is great for the workplace and evening romps during summer and spring.
Quatre En Rose
Boucheron introduced the scent designed by Quentin Bisch in 2018. It was billed as an Oriental-inspired fragrance with hints of fruits. They packaged the fragrance in a delicate pink-tinged bottle that emphasized its femininity.
The fragrance opens with seductively fresh artemisia, black currant, bergamot, and Mandarin orange, which instantly appeal to the senses. The middle notes of rose, sultry jasmine, and peach blossom caress anyone who smells the scent before the sultry but uplifting blend of vetiver, vanilla, musk, and patchouli base notes take over.
Quatre En Rose is perfect for autumn and spring dates with family and friends or a casual date with someone special.
Santal de Kandy
Boucheron collaborated with Nathalie Lorson in 2018 to develop the elegantly sophisticated scent of Santal de Kandy. Often described as a woody floral musk fragrance, the scent evokes great memories of walks in the park during the fall and the first hints of spring.
Spicy and earthy top notes of black pepper and cardamom enthrall the senses before sultry notes of jasmine and violet take over after a while. The refreshingly clean scents of cedar and sandalwood combine to create warm feelings during the dry-down.
Santal de Kandy is perfect for formal events or casual dates with friends and is recommended for daily use.