Precious Chopard Black Incense Malaki

Swiss watchmaker and jewelry house Chopard was founded in 1860. Founded in the small Swiss village of Sonvillier, Chopard’s initial focus was on precision timepieces, in the Swiss tradition. In 1963, the company sought a buyer who could continue the family’s rich heritage of fine timepiece production, and the company was sold to Karl Scheufele, from a noted German watchmaking family.

Chopard experienced tremendous growth under the Scheufele family, who modernized the company and expanded its expertise into fine jewelry. In 1989, Chopard launched its first fragrance: Happy Diamonds. Creative director of the Maison, Caroline Scheufele, wanted to create a connection between a precious stone and a perfume.

In the years that followed, Chopard has launched a beautiful collection of iconic fragrances, like the Casmir Collection (from 1992), Heaven (1994), the Wish Collection (from 1997), the Malaki Collection (from 2012), the 1000 Miglia Collection (from 2013), the Gardens of Paradise Collection (2018), and the Garden of Kings Collection (2019).

Today, the Chopard iconic Malaki Collection presents a new oriental creation inspired by incense. Black Incense Malaki is a tribute by Chopard to the millennial tradition of royal Frankincense resin.

The Malaki line now includes five fragrances: Oud Malaki from 2012, Rose Malaki from 2014, Amber Malaki from 2015, Musk Malaki from 2017, and Black Incense Malaki from 2020.

With Black Incense Malaki, the Swiss Maison pays tribute to the millenary tradition of royal Frankincense, one of the most ancient and treasured aromatic plants of perfumery. The fragrance is announced as mysterious, bold and intense, based on a game of contrasts; warm resins woods, leather, and cold, spicy, smoky aromas.

Chopard Black Incense Malaki is a creation of Alberto Morillas, it is classified as an Oriental Spicy – unisex – fragrance to the nose. The emanation of flavors and scent notes for Black Incense Malaki unfurl in a whiff of aromatic and herbal opening top notes including spicy.

Black Incense Malaki showcases a superb array of 14 natural essences from the world over, among which 5 are from Naturals Together, Firmenich’s program of Excellence, guaranteeing the highest level of natural ingredients, ethically and sustainably sourced.

Chopard Black Incense Malaki’s composition is built around the key note of Frankincense (olibanum) which offers deep and cold smoky aromas, surrounded by warm and dense layers. Warm resins are blended with warm and smoky wood, hot and piquant spices, a rich oud accord, and a masculine and dark accord of leather. 

Black Incense Malaki is a powerful and heady elixir, unfolding in luxurious layers. Chopard Black Incense Malaki is wrapped in a beautiful stylish black flacon, with a matt golden cap, and comes as a 80ml Eau de Parfum. Come into the beautiful world of Chopard.

Auteur: amr63

Yakymour, home of Begum Om Habibeh Aga Khan, thè place in the mid 50's 'till the late 80's, where fashion, art, beauty and love meet each other, from all over the world.... Playing as a child in the garden of Yakymour was a happy, innocent time, thanx to ‘Grandma’ Yaky and to Sadruddin, where I could be fully myself and forget ‘the bad things’, and get some strenght. The Last 30 years working as cosmetologist and as a make-up artist for television, theatre, film, fotoshoots, fashion shows, celebrities and individuals gave me a trunk full of experience. My work brought me all over the world and had photoshoot's on location in the Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, France, Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, India a.o. At this Blog you will find many reviews of cosmetics, fashion, art, and everything beautiful, as an ode to Begum Om Habibeh 'Yaky' Aga Khan, and named after the place where 'everything' was beautiful: Yakymour. You will find here all the in and outs about skincare, perfums, and make-up, the do's and don'ts, the why's and how's.... The stories behind, and some great interviews... So when you have any question.... please ask. Come on in.... feel yourself at home at Yakymour! Jean Amr P.S. My apologies for future grammatical errors. English is not my mother language :)

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