At the end of the 80's Christian Dior created Fahrenheit. This perfume has since become a legend and is at the point of being among the ten most widely sold perfumes in the world. Fahrenheit is a perfume replete with contradictions. It is at once warm and cold, delicate and powerful, gentle and rough, like a man who is in full maturity. It is a perfume which doesn't strike with intensity but convinces through its stability.
Fahrenheit has become part of the history of perfume. Its concept is based on a modern chypre note with a very original floral accord imbued with violet; the note is thus at once virile, delicate and rounded.
It is presented in the magic colors of red and gold which symbolize maturity, stability and the spiritual dimension of the man who wears Fahrenheit.
(copyright by Marc Roesti, Mont-Blanc Publications).
Violet leaves, Nutmeg, Carnation
Vetiver, Patchouli, Leather