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Rose de Caroline Chopard

Caroline's Rose reminds me of a vision exercise where you alternate between looking at something near and far. Up close, the eye focuses on dense thickets of scarlet and crimson roses, like a living wall, obscuring a tiny corner of a quiet garden in the center of the city. When the gaze is directed into the distance, the roses blur into shapeless scarlet spots, and at the very border of greenery and silence, patterns emerge of the gilded lattice of the garden gate, subtly shaking from the vibrations of the street. The aroma of scarlet passionate roses with spicy saffron and a light metallic chill of Rose de Caroline was created for Chopard co-owner Caroline Scheufele by perfumer Alberto Morillas. He combined the work and personal, professional interest of the heiress of an ancient jewelry and watch house in precious metals and her passion for garden roses (according to Madame Scheufele, she has about three hundred of them). In Rose de Caroline you can feel the delicate Centifolia r

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