Your Vétiver Eau de Toilette fragrance in the iconic White Bee bottle.
The so-called "bee" bottle was crafted in 1853 by the glassmaker Pochet & du Courval to hold the Eau de Cologne Impériale for the Empress Eugenie. Its "tiles", inspired by the dome of the Vendôme column, are adorned with 69 bees, symbols of the empire. Today the bottle is celebrating its 160th birthday and continuing to cultivate its uniqueness; it can hold the fragrance of your choice and be customised with initials on request.
The colour of the perfume and the signature on the label vary according to the fragrance chosen.
Available in a modern sculpture dedicated to Guerlain fragrance devotees, the refillable spray offers a glimpse of the mystery of the perfume and evokes the finely chiselled decoration of a precious jewel.
Natural, sober, elegant.
The fragrance opens on the spontaneous, piquant freshness of citrus fruit with orange, bergamot and lemon. At the heart, spices such as nutmeg and pepper intensify the fragrance, before giving way to vetiver, tobacco and tonka bean. A fresh woody accord for a fragrance with authentic elegance.
Vétiver draws its character from an innovative accord in perfumery, crafted on the basis of vetiver, tonka bean, nutmeg and tobacco.
Incidentally, Guerlain offered a dilution of Vétiver, which was a bestselling fragrance in Mexico for quite a long time. Jean-Paul Guerlain was inspired by this scent to create Vétiver.