Café Cacao, En Voyage Perfumes.
Marie Antoinette took a bit of ambergris in her hot chocolate, did you know? (We’re told that Louis XV was an aficionado as well.) And Empress Josephine liked her musk so much that she had her workmen embed it in her walls.
Using the coveted royal fragrances of Josephine’s musk & Marie Antoinette’s amber-laden cocoa, we’ve created a perfumed version of the Parisienne café mocha. Café Cacao is a sensuous perfume with a surprisingly aphrodisiac effect.
Set in a stunning yet subtle amber base that lends a much-appreciated wearability, the dark French roast café, steamy milk, and dark cacao are topped with sweet cream, sprinkles of vanilla powder, rose sugar, and cardamom.
Notes include Vanilla Powder, Rose Sugar, Ground Cardamom, Bergamot Peel, Espresso Cafe, Steamed Milk, Salt, Dark Cacao, Rich Whipped Cream, Soft Amber, Himalayan Musk, New Zealand Beach-combed Ambergris.