Eau Royale by Rance 1795
Rance 1795's Eau Royale EDP:
As a tribute to Francois Rance who in 1795 was appointed as favored perfumer to Napoleon, Jeanne Sandra Rance has revisited the vaults and selected four of the original award-winning scents developed during that time and assembled them into the "Collection Privee."
Eau Royale is one of these four scents and it is lovely, we think. None of the fragrances in this collection is a diva or a superstar; rather we think of them as cherished and comfortable old friends who envelop us in their comforting familiarity and render the entire process of "what shall I wear tonight?" as angst-free as it sometimes needs to be.
Green and fresh and flowery and just a teensy bit musky, Eau Royale's composition goes like this: Bergamot - Gardenia - Vetiver - Lemon - Jasmine - Thyme - Basil - Musk - Armoise - Cedarwood