MAISON CRIVELLI | Eau De Parfum - CITRUS BATIKANGA
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37 degrees in the shade. Citrus fever, cut kalamansi, spicy bergamot. Framework: squeaky teak. Urban jungle, fabric farrago. Bat-ti-kan-ga! Rythmic mélange. Roasted hazelnuts. Squeezed, struck, sliced: bodies alight.
Bergamot, Cardamom, Rhubarb, Pomelo, Chili, Vetiver, Fenugreek, Myrrh
Beauty lies in the unexpected
It is this conviction that drove visionary founder Thibaud to launch Maison Crivelli. Through each Haute Parfumerie creation, Thibaud Crivelli shares the memory of an unexpected and ultra-sensorial encounter with fragrance raw materials.
This collection has been crafted with various perfume masters, each of them having a very unique artistic approach. All perfumes surprise with their contrasts, their originality and their modernity.Innovation
Each perfume is a unique composition inspired by real experiences, and based on a totally unprecedented combination of perfume raw materials. The bottles are sealed with a cap stamped with the Maison Crivelli monogram. This house signature lies on unpolished, non-identical zamac caps, each of which is unique, thereby extending the art of the unexpected that we at Maison Crivelli appreciate so much.
Maison Crivelli has chosen minimalist and eco-responsible packaging to reduce waste. The glass bottles are produced in France and Spain. The boxes and cases are designed using FSC paper and contain no plastics.
The cellophane used to protect the perfumes is produced from wood cellulose, which is biodegradable and compostable.
Packaging and quality control of our products is done by hand in France.
Each perfume is formulated without phthalates and without colorants.
Our formulas are certified by toxicologists in accordance with existing laws. They do not contain any animal products. None of our products are tested on animals.
The colour of natural raw materials might vary from one batch to the next, or over time, depending on unpredictable external factors (light, temperature, extraction method, etc.). This does not alter the quality of the products – presented without artifice – in any way.
When Thibaud Crivelli visited vetiver and patchouli plantations in Indonesia, he met with the producers and became fully aware of the need to encourage sustainable development practices for perfume raw materials.
The main objectives are as follows: perennial production, limiting soil depletion or deforestation, avoiding chemical fertilizers, and maintaining a high level of quality.