Discover the olfactive library of Histoires de Parfums. This curated collection is filled with inspiring stories of legendary personalities, unique materials, and iconic years all brought to life through the most noble blends of ingredients with deeply sensual and evocative trails. In 1804, an amber flower bouquet a remembrance of George Sand's bond with nature is warmed with heady spices and colored by sweet fruits. 1826 was inspired by the first and last French empress, Eugenie de Montijo. Luminous and sensual amber is carried by the full-bodied power of white flowers and patchouli, leaving an unforgettable trail. 1876 opens with sweet lychee and bright bergamot before blossoming into elegant rose on a bed of exotic spices that pay tribute to Mata Hari's half-Asian heritage. Inspired by the legendary lover and libertine, Casanova, 1725 mixes amber fern with fine wooded notes and touches of lemony freshness, sublimed by the elegance of lavender and vanilla. 1828 was inspired by Jules Verne. The aquatic fragrance intrigues with fresh citrus notes and an adventurous, aromatic base sourced from around the globe. An invitation to pleasure, 1740 was inspired by the Marquis de Sade. The hedonistic scent blends fresh bergamot with spicy notes of cardamom and coriander over a seductive leathery base. Inspired by Ernest Hemmingway's years in Paris, 1899 plays notes of sparkling champagne over a spicy oriental accord as twirling vanilla plays hide-and-seek with vigorous vetiver. A sensual fragrance for a sensual year, 1969 is composed of a voluptuous bunch of white florals and juicy peaches accentuated by white musk and intense chocolate. Ambre 114 is composed of 114 ingredients, all centered around and enhanced by Amber. Noir Patchouli is a woody elixir that stimulates the senses like a breath of mystery, as deep as darkness itself. This set contains: - 10 x 0.07 oz 1804, 1826, 1876, 1725, 1828, 1740, 1899, 1969, Ambre 114, Noir Patchouli.