Bergamot, Mandarin, Pear
Tuberose, Jasmine, Flowers
Musk, Sandalwood, Chocolate
Piguet – Visa Parfum
A sophisticated woman travels the world but never gets lost in the crowd. Her signature fragrance is reminiscent of all the places she visits and sights she sees.
Visa, Robert Piguet’s classic oriental fragrance originally created by Germaine Cellier and launched in 1945, has been rebalanced to blend modern radiance and retro glamour. Givaudan’s Aurelien Guichard undertook the delicate process of adapting Visa’s original formula to respond to today’s sensibilities. The approach combined contemporary style with a strong commitment to Piguet’s original vision, specifically remaining sensitive to all the nuances and complexities of Visa.
A blend of spices, flowers and fruits from different areas of the globe, Visa de Robert Piguet is its wearer’s passport to an exotic encounter. Visa opens with lush notes of white vineyard peach, pear, violet leaves and Italian bergamot and yellow mandarin essences. Heart notes include rich ylang essence mingled with rose, immortelle and orange flower absolutes. Essence of Indonesian Patchouli and sandalwood, vetiver, moss, vanilla beans, benzoin and a gourmand leathery accord compose the drydown.