Wasanbon Eau de Parfum
Wasanbon Eau de Parfum is a fragrance by Parfum Satori. The notes of this fragrance are Lemon, muscat, mimosa, muguet, almond, sugar, honey, vanilla, iris, guaiacwood
Wasanbon is an intricate puzzle veiled in beguiling charm. Evoking Japanese tea-time, Wasanbon is a type of fine Japanese sugar hand-purified in multiple stages, used to make the highest class of delicate sugar candy. Perfumer Satori Osawa was tickled by its homonym in French,?Wa sent bon?? meaning?Wa smells good?? ? Wa being the Japanese word for social harmony. Unlike the typical scent imagined from the concept of Wa, Wasanbon is mischievous, gliding into any situation with its sparkling confectionary charm, but slowly revealing the elegant, refined heart within.
A tart, tangy lemon opens the fragrance, immediately uplifting, giddy on clouds. Not only is it sprinkled with crystalline sugar, but rounded out with juicy muscat grape, tart and sweet. These immediate fruits give way to a most delicate, pillowy mélange of lightly honeyed mimosa flower, lily-of-the-valley, and the body of the fragrance, an exquisite wasanbon sugar, finely purified and crushed, sieved into the finest powder. A dusting of almond and vanilla only add to the heavenly delight of the senses. As the candy dissolves away, Wasanbon remains light and airy, lifted with an exquisite iris and soft, velvety guaiacwood. What could be more charming?