Crafted by Quentin Bisch, Quatre en Rose is the latest version of the Boucheron Quatre fragrance. From Jaipur to Trouble and most recently Quatre Absolu de Nuit, Boucheron is well-established and known for its exquisite, sumptuous perfumes.
Quatre en Rose is an Ea de Parfum and described as a floral which had me a little apprehensive as very fresh floral scents aren’t quite my favourite. I’m not a fan of powdery rose perfumes which is what I originally thought this would be. I was definitely surprised when I tried it. It is the most beautiful, sweet, sumptuous oriental floral fragrance. Quatre en Rose is at the top of my favourites now!
The packaging is a lovely soft pink with soft gold branding. The bottle is a simple shape in a frosted rosy pink and it has a genius twist-up stopper. You aren’t going to lose the lid for this one!
Quatre en Rose opens with a splash of mandarin, tart blackcurrant and aromatic Davana flowers. The star of the show, velvety Bulgarian rose absolute, sits at the heart with delicate peach blossoms and jasmine. Jasmine is the signature note in Boucheron’s Quatre fragrances. The base brings together patchouli and vetiver with warm, buttery musk. The entire fragrance is incredibly rich and opulent. It reminds me of a delicious bowl of Turkish delight but has a silky floral element to it too.
The wear is 7+ hours depending on your day. The scent remains the same throughout wear and you are followed around by this amazing, fragrant musky aroma.
Boucheron’s Quatre en Rose is available exclusively at Dischem where it retails for ZAR1 310 for 100ml EDP.
Until next time
Love and sparkles