Le Barbier de Tanger


« Le Barbier de Tanger » will transport one straight back to the fifties or earlier, into one of the old , traditional barber-shops of our elders. A very special one in Tangiers, now certainly long gone, gave its name to a green, clean, fresh fern that combines « old time style » that may qualify it as « retro ». « Retro », but also modern, for its refined and subtle composition that combines freshness and preciousness makes it the perfect choice to start the day. The retro sound of Le Barbier de Tanger's "wine glass" evokes nostalgic memories of old barbers, such as one Moroccan hairdresser in Tangier, remembered by MDCI creative director Claude Marshal. The scent of soap suds, lavender, moss and pine scent form the basis of this fragrance with a deep old fougere accent. A rich, saturated, straightforward, exclusively masculine "wine glass" is a must have for connoisseurs of the classics.

Main olfactive notes :

Head notes : Basel, cardamom, lemon, bergamot, yellow tengerine, clean note used
for the first time by Pierre Bourdon in « Cool Water » for Davidoff

Heart notes : lavender, petitgrain, galbanum, pineapple, apple

Base notes : patchouli, vetiver, amber and wood notes, oak moss 

Anne-Sophie Behaghel