Ginger, Pepper, Bergamot
Fig, Cinnamon, Cash Merano
Sandalwood, Patchouli, Guaiac Wood, Tonka Bean
Frapin – IF by R.K.
“IF” is the title of one of the most famous English poems written in 1895 by the British poet Rudyard Kipling. Frapin’s eponymous perfume is a tribute to India – especially to the precious wood from the region of Karnataka, the Mysore sandalwood.
“I was lucky enough to travel from the north to the south of India during a charity race this year and on passing through Mysore, the verses of “If” came to me. It was my grandfather, a great traveller if ever there was one, who introduced me to this poem when I was a child. This lesson that needs to be repeated every day in order to become what we are”
David Frossard, Artistic Director Parfums Frapin