How to convey the 180-year history of Tiffany & Co. in a scent? Well, if you’re master perfumer Daniela Andrier of Givaudan, you use top notes of vert de mandarine, an iris flower heart, and patchouli base notes with musk. Drawing on the brand’s long association with irises (an iris brooch earned Tiffany the grand prize at the Paris Exposition in 1900), the bright, sensual Tiffany Eau de Parfum evokes a timeless femininity.
As for the packaging, the glass flacon takes its inspiration from the house’s most iconic diamond cuts, and under the cap is a metal plaque engraved with the Tiffany & Co. mark. The eagle-eyed will also spot just the slightest tint of blue illuminating the cuts of the bottle – the same blue, of course, as the iconic box in which its presented.
Available in World Duty Free from October