The Domaine de Manon, located between sea and mountains, benefits from an ideal terror to grow perfume flowers.
The whole harvest is exclusively destined to Christian Dior.
The Centifolia Rose, commonly named Rose of May, like its blooming month, the Centifolia Rose is one of the emblematic flower fragrance of Pays de Grasse. From April, the rose buds will flourish one after the other, as an accomplishment of all the work done over the year. Rich in fragrance, the flowers are picked every morning in May and immediately delivered to the factory where they are turned into absolute. The harvest lasts from 4 to 6 weeks from May to early June, depending on the sunlight. With its honey and pepper notes, the centifolia rose offers a fantastic olfactive show for every new spring.
The Grandiflorum Jasmin of Grasse is one of the most precious raw material of Perfumery. Hot and humid summers in Pays de Grasse allows Jasmin to flourish every night form August to October. Every morning, thousands of white stars are harvested from dawn to midday and immediately delivered to the factory where they are turned into absolute.
The multi-faceted Grandiflorum Jasmine exalts the fields with its sensual, floral and fruity fragrance.
Tuberosa flower is the most captivating raw material of the perfumer’s range. Their blooming is spread from August to October. They give their best fragrance at dusk, which is when they are being picked up. It had been forgotten for decades in the Pays de Grasse but has found back its nobility and is now, a not to be missed.