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Cartier Pasha De EDT 100ml For Men

9,735.00

  • Brand: Cartier
  • Gender: Men
  • Quantity: 100 ml
  • Fragrance Classification: Eau de Toilette

 

Notes:

  • Top notes: Lavender, Mint, Caraway, Anise, Mandarin Orange.
  • Middle notes: Coriander, Brazilian Rosewood.
  • Base notes: Oakmoss, Sandalwood, Patchouli, Labdanum.

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Description

Pasha de Cartier is the Cartier menswear label for exceptional men. Pasha de Cartier is an elegant fragrance whose top notes develop strongly from aromatic accords of thyme, lavender and mint, turning into a heart of rosewood and coriander, and the base notes are focused on woody notes of oakmoss and patchouli. In one fell swoop, Cartier designed a bottle for her, emblazoned with the House of the Rings and eco-friendly cabochon jewelry marks.

With 4-5 sprays (two for the neck and 2-3 for the shirt) you get 8-10 hours of durability and a good 3-4 hour spray, no room filling, but excellent spreading. Al-Basha is a versatile scent that lasts all year round and is suitable for any occasion (adjust the number of jets accordingly). Definitely worth a sniff.

Brand

Cartier

Cartier was founded in 1847 by Louis Fran�ois Cartier. Known for its exquisite jewelry and attention to detail, the company grew its reputation at the end of the 19th century. Cartier gained notoriety in 1904 when Luis Cartier created the first wristwatch for pilot Alberto Santos Dumont. Family ownership of the business ended in 1964, but the business continued to expand its business and reputation with boutiques around the world. The brand's offering expanded to include leather goods, pens and scarves in the 1970s, and the first fragrances - Must de Cartier for women and Santos de Cartier for men - were launched in 1981. Cartier has launched a series of successful perfumes over the years, many of them bearing the same name as their jewelry collections The Company and its watches. The designer Cartier has over 111 perfumes. The first edition was released in 1981 and the last edition in 2021.