Black Phantom

Black Phantom "Memento Mori" is a tribute to the pirates' motto "remember you're going to die" as well as their favorite drink: black coffee drizzled with rum. This fragrance is revealed on notes of rum and cyanide. Strong notes of coffee in heart, balance with the essence of vetiver, then blend into the essence of sandalwood and cane sugar in the background.What a fitting description of that ghostly pirate treasure-ship which forever silently cruises the Seven Seas : without wind or air, but with her empty sable sails drenched in perfume - and of spectral cutlasses still resounding from her decks.
Kilian weaves in, too, the dark and ancient concept of the Memento Mori : the death sits unseen beside us in this life.
The flower-wreathed skeleton at the feast which grins as it bids us enjoy the present; to seize the day; to gather rosebuds while we may.
To enjoy life fully and wholly, just as we love perfume : reveling in a sensual but inescapably transient moment which can be remembered and treasured - but never preserved.

Kilian Paris

Black Phantom

women's fragrance

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Families :
floriental woody
Heart notes :
almond, coffee, rum
Base notes :
sandalwood, sugar, tonka, vanilla, vetiver

alcohol denat, fragrance (parfum), water (aqua, eau), isoeugenol, bht <iln44204>

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Kilian Paris

Kilian Paris

Heir to a long line of entrepreneurs who had embarked on the adventure of luxury with their cognac, Kilian wanted to take over the torch of family spirit. Designing a new luxury brand is an ambition of which the extent reminds of the roots that saw it grow! Thanks to its rich and varied experiences, Kilian launched its brand in 2007. The perfect combination of elegance and absolute luxury, without concessions. His love for perfumes is insatiable: both his body and soul are engaged by scents, without limits. In 2017, ten years after its launch, the brand has created more than 35 fragrances around different collections: The Black Work, Arabian Nights, Asian Tales, In the Garden of Good and Evil and Addictive State of Mind.

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