Indigo Perfumery






Something Floral?



Rose Cut‘s fresh and sensuous fragrance captured the hearts of many Best Of lists last year.

Rose Cut opens with an unforgettable luminescence. The roses chosen by perfumer, Bertrand Duchaufour, enliven the fragrance throughout and share billing with rum, oakwood and a fresh patchouli in the base that combine to reveal its sexy nature.



Something Woody?




Andy Tauer’s classic, L’Air du Desert Marocain, continues to be swoon-worthy for both men and women. It just smells that good!


If you are looking for a fragrance that pulls you in from the first sniff, look no more. L’Air du Desert Marocain combines soft spices with vetiver and cedar wood in the base to form a long-lasting scent that will having you sniffing your skin (or your lover’s) for hours.




Something Spicy?




Classic Myrrh by Von Eusersdorff combines notes of incense with cedar leaf, violet, sandalwood and patchouli to reveal its refined, spicy fragrance. Its longevity is excellent. This sophisticated scent is equally mesmerizing on women or men.




Something Gourmand?


Much has been said about Shay and Blue’s Salt Caramel.


Undeniably gourmand, Salt Caramel moves past the initial sweetness of its inspiration, the Sea Salt Caramels of Charbonnel et Walker, to reveal waves of caramel, vanilla, sea salt, tonka bean and sandalwood.

Salt Caramel continues to lure and beckon until the very end.


Something Oriental?




Suffice it to say, Belle Fleur’s Indochine is a favorite home fragrance here at Indigo.


It combines Osmanthus, Patchouli and Bergamot with a Rosewood & Honey base for an exquisitely smooth, soft Oriental scent.


Something Citrus?





Aqua Sextius, Jul et Mad’s latest release, is an invigorating, refreshing fragrance composed by one of the star perfumers of 2014, Cécile Zarokian.


Citrus + marine + woods and mosses= exquisite. And have you seen its fabulous color in person yet?


Aqua Sextius is a happy fragrance to wear on a summer day, or, equally as invigorating on a cold, cloudy winter day.

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