Introducing Teo Cabanel

25th October, 2005

Téo Cabanel was founded in around 1893 by a doctor and chemist in Algiers, France. Its clients include the Duchess of Windsor.
Fast-forward over one hundred years to 2005, and the Cabanel company is relaunched by Caroline Moncouqut, and is launching modern interpretaions of its original formulations. Its first new perfumes are IHA and JULIA, created by Jean-François Latty (the perfumer of YSL's classics, Jazz and YSL Pour Homme)

The fragrances contain 100% natural ingredients, and no compromises was made on quality. This attention to detail is also apparent in the design of the bottles and packaging.

Below are the descriptions of the fragrances from Téo Cabanel.

About OHA

OHA is an evening fragrance that combines the most precious and noble essences. Transcending time and space this mysterious perfume will appeal to women with a true personality.

A fresh swept of bergamot in harmony with a delicate tea aroma. Voluptuous roses from Bulgaria and Morocco, Jasmine from Egypt, vreat its heart of spicy notes enhanced with Guatemala Cardamone. Suddenly, Oha luxuriates in the captivating powdery notes of vanilla, iris, tonka bean, exotic woods lifted by a white musk note


JULIA is the perfume for all occasions. It brings to mind a bouquet of impressionist flowers. Both voluptuous and subtle Julia is made for vibrant women with a strong love of life.

FRAGRANCE DESCRIPTION Firstly, we can distinguish a fresh sparkling dawn of Mandarine from Sicily married to a basis of rhubarb greens and tart blackcurrant. The heart is tinted with a green note of Jasmine, hyacinth and violet. The fragrances finished on a warm vapour rising from sandalwood, incense, citrus and a hint of raspberry mellowing into a musk basis.

Téo Cabanel fragrances are available in France at: Catherine Gift Perfume Shop – 7 Rue de Castiglione – 75001 Paris, Cario – 3 Rue de la Paroisse – 77300 Fontainebleau, Beauty Mary – 23 Place Martroi – 45300 Pithiviers.

Available soon in the UK and Germany - Fortnum and Mason in London and Albrecht in Frankfurt.

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About the author: Grant Osborne

Grant Osborne is the founder and editor of Basenotes. Grant has two children, and a dependence on tea, haribo and bacon.


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