Farah - 50 ml

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The fragrance Farah from Brecourt has been renamed and was formerly known as Harâm. “My taste for the oriental culture inspired me in this scorching perfume whereby instinct cohabits with refinement. Harâm forbids temptation. I wanted to give it as an accessory to the woman who is not afraid to liberate the erotic side of herself.”

Oriental culture and its mystery. Scorching perfume whereby instinct cohabits with refinement, Farah forbids temptation. It is the accessory of a person who is not afraid to liberate the erotic side of oneself.
Creation: Patchouly from Indonesia asserts itself through the Cinnamon from Ceylon. A date accord, a combination of balms (benzoin, cistus-labdanum) and tonka bean transport us to a faraway place that fascinates the collective, unconscious population.

Top notes: Bergamot, cinnamon, storax
Heart notes: Date, cedarwood, leather, honey
Base notes: Tonka bean, patchouli, labdanum (rockrose), benzoin, musk

Brecourt is a French perfume house and translates special moments in special perfumes! Founder Emilie Bouge Brecourt wants to share her passion for perfumes with everyone. A passion for rare and exclusive. A passion for quality and the unending quest for the expression of new emotions in beautiful scents.

How to use

Spray Farah from Brecourt on your wrist, in your neck, behind your ears or in your inner elbows. These spots are the warmest places of your body so the perfume will react with your body heat and keeps emanate the perfume.

You can also spray some perfume in your hair so you can smell the sent as you move. Do keep a distance while spraying the perfume in your hair because the perfume contains alcohol and can dry out the ends.

About the brand

With her brand Brecourt, founder Emilie Bouge shares her perfume passion with everyone. A passion for the rare, for the exclusive. A passion for quality and for the endless search for the expression of new emotions. The granddaughter of the entrepreneurs of a French fragrance house, Emilie – who is a highly experienced nose herself – continues the family tradition and adds a new chapter to history by combining the French perfume tradition with the modern zeitgeist. “I have taken the places and moments that are special to the wearers of my fragrances and captured them in a bottle,” she says, “so as to emphasize their personality.” Whether you’re male or female, don’t hesitate and discover which Brecourt scent suits your personality best.