Cabotine was created with inspiration from the aroma of ginger lily, a fragrant flower that grows in the Himalayas and blooms only for a few days of the year. Ginger Lily bursts with freshness and hints of spice from within. It is very unique to be used in fragrances and Cabotine was the first fragrance that used Ginger Lily. Released in 1990 by Parfums Gres design house, cabotin meaning dramatic in French is scent that cannot stop people from asking you, 'what you wearing'? It is a perfume that is sophisticated and very characteristic like its parent Cabochard. It perfectly befits a young woman at heart and spreads her cheer and joy to people around her with its exuberance.
Top Notes: Black currant, cassia, coriander, pear and juicy ripe plums
Middle Notes: Carnation, ginger lily, hyacinth, heliotrope and violets
Base Notes: Amber, cedar, civet, musk, tonka bean and vetiver