Mancera - Velvet Vanilla
Mancera’s creation "Velvet Vanilla" promises to be a velvety and delicately spicy fragrance.
In the headnotes, delicious, juicy mandarin sweetened with herbaceous and aromatic nuances of angelica, pear and a touch of spicy pink pepper are enlivened by a few splashes of tart-fruity black currant. In the heart, distinguished roses, white jasmine blossoms, sensual tuberose as well as a hint of neroli, create a wonderful floral bouquet. This splendor needs a firm foundation, which finds itself in a wonderful combination of vanilla and fine, soft musk.
Velvet Vanilla - a dream of flowers and soft, sensual notes.
Mancera – Orient and Occident United
The brand Mancera was created in 2008 in the Arabian Gulf. It was initiated by the distributor "Al Hthar", who previously specialized in establishing classical, big brand perfumes in the Gulf region. Based on extensive experience the owner of "Al Hthar" asked a group of designers and perfumers, including Pierre Montale who is world famous for his Montale collection, to create a large-Artistic perfume brand.
The Fragrance Concept
Mancera perfumes differ deliberately from typical oriental fragrance brands. From the start the idea was to create intensive, highly concentrated perfumes with predominantly western appeal and some exceptional Aoud fragrances. Arabian clientele lean more and more towards western-designed fragrances that are - as with oriental notes - very durable and have a strong aura. Thus arose a collection of perfumes that are also suitable for European fans of intense fragrances. Mancera offers a brilliant olfactory symbiosis and therefore creations that simultaneously cater for western and oriental fragrance tastes. Only the highest quality ingredients of natural and synthetic origin are used. Critical to the mixing ratio for each Mancera fragrance is the durability, intensity and development of the overall composition.
The heavy crystal glass flacon from Mancera is custom made by Italian manufacturer Luigi Bormioli, whose style and artwork have a long history that dates back to the Renaissance.