An intense oriental blend of woody iris and blond tobacco.
Elates both body and spirit.
Conceived in l’Officine’s test tubes, this technical feat gives Buly the aura of an engineer. To achieve optimal subtlety, our Eaux Triples are miscible in a unique aqueous base. No whiff of scandal here: devoid of alcohol or ethanol – unlike the others – these fragrances instantly and potently reveal l’Officine’s signature scents.
Their mildness enables them to be used on both the skin and hair, with no risk of drying them. Thanks to this technical prowess, there is no reason to forego this pleasure: our Eau Triple remains invisible on articles of clothing – except for Mexican Tuberose, which has a natural coloration.
It neither precedes nor follows its wearer too intrusively.
an elegant fragrance, instantly revealed, unobtrusive yet present; a delighted circle of nearest and dearest.
What to do next ?
Wave your hair stylishly. Admire yourself in the Hall of Mirrors. Settle into a sleeping compartment on the Orient-Express. Drape yourself in humility. And for the grand finale: pop a bottle of champagne with a sword!
chopped off by a parang, the jungle wood oozes a red sap that capsizes the spirit. The dark, black-veined scent of the Sulawesi underbrush, of tropical mountains teeming with lianas and pythons. Just above the surface, blowing in from the horizon, a puff of powder carried by the hot winds sends the forest of the lambos’ sails a-pitching, disturbing the air, blue with tobacco and burned incense as the sun sets.
Available in twelve notes: Damask Rose, Mexican Tuberose, Al Kassir, Sevillian Bigarade, Calabrian Bergamot, Sumi Hinoki, Makassar, English Honey, Peruvian Heliotrope, Berkane Orange Blossom, Kiso Yuzu, and Scottish Lichen.
Gently shake the vial of Eau Triple before spraying. The water emulsion will thus be revived.
The alcohol-free formulation is also an invitation to perfume your bare skin and your hair.
L’Officine’s clients have reported extraordinary things: some spritz their Eau Triple directly after showering so as to keep its essence as close as possible; others perfume their bathwater, their linens, or their body prior to going to bed – on their own or otherwise.
Once the last drop has been sprayed away, your vial will fly off to a second life – as a vase or a container: once it enters your life, it will stay with you forever. The scent of memories may invite you to fill it up again.
Aqua (Water), Parfum (Fragrance), Helianthus Annuus Seed Oil, Lecithin, Saponins, Sodium Benzoate, Sorbic Acid, Coumarin, Citronellol, Benzyl Salicylate, Limonene, Cinnamyl Alcohol, Benzyl Cinnamate.
No matter how far your parcel travels, the items it contains are protected with great care. Our shipping officers ensure that flasks, tubes, porcelain and marble arrive in a faultless state, as polished and refined as when placed on the shelves of the Officine.
L’Officine Universelle Buly proposes the in store pick up (Paris) or three other means:
- By courier for clients residing within Paris itself
- Colissimo (delivery or pick up points in France)
- FedEx (express service available for international shipments only)
Shipment fees will be offered for any order in France over 100€, in Europe over 300€ or 400€ depending on the country and over 500€ for the rest of the world.
Shipping costs include preparation, packaging and postage costs. All preparation costs are fixed, whilst transportation costs vary according to weight and destination of delivery. We recomment all clients to group all articles in one order as combining orders placed separately comes with separate charges.
Our team will edeavour to meet and exceed expectations and deadlines. However, Buly can not be held responsible for delays incumbent on: suspension of service of our carriers as well as customs procedures for shipments abroad.
Ada, Flora and Florian remain at your disposal for all demands.
To reach us, call +33(0)1 43 29 02 50 from Monday to Friday 10am to 7pm CET (except bank holidays) or send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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