Maison Berger Paris Pure White Tea Lamp Fragrance
Designed in 1898 to purify the air in hospitals, the small catalytic lamp created by pharmacy dispenser Maurice Berger, quickly became very popular with the public. Redesigned by famous designers, embraced by leading figures from the art community (Coco Chanel, Picasso, Colette and Jean Cocteau), it was then fitted with a perfuming function and gradually became a style icon, appreciated for its sleek design and its delicate fragrances.
The Lampe Berger is a functional and attractive accessory which has spanned the years, purifying indoor air and adding an elegant or contemporary touch to every home. In view of this popularity, Maurice Berger’s successors decided to continue to embellish indoor air and developed new rituals with candles, scented bouquets and many more.
With the Pure White Tea Home Fragrance, Maison Berger Paris offers a delicate and refined interpretation of one of these moments suspended in time that nature can offer us. It is an exercise in style, a moment of pure serenity. The top notes of bergamot and blackcurrant are simple and discreet. The heart is pure with the whiteness of its tea, immaculate like a delicate bouquet of lily-of-the-valley, rose and jasmine. Then a veil of white musk settles lightly, tinted with touches of cedar.
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