Philtre Ceylan from Atelier Cologne, launched in 2016, is classified as a unisex aroma and belongs to the Fougher, Woody and Aromatic families. Its author is perfumer Jerome Epinette. Philtre Ceylan is part of the Carte Blanche collection. Bergamot, Cardamom and Mint form the starting chord of the composition, in the heart of ─ Tea, Iris and Green tea; the base is made up of Guajacovoje tree, Papyrus and Cumin. the famous niche brand Atelier Cologne timed the opening of its new boutique and the release of a new collection of fragrances, which was called "Collection Orient" (translated - "Eastern collection"). It includes five perfume compositions made in the style of unisex. Elegant opaque white glass bottles are decorated with colored stickers of cold colors. Inspired by Asian and Middle Eastern landscapes, original personalities and classic aromatic components of these distant, exotic countries, the fragrances were created. The third fragrance of the Philtre Ceylan collection is described by the authors as a "delicate delicate potion". This perfume has an aromatic, floral and woody scent at the same time, and all these chords are in perfect harmony with each other and sound elegant. Mint from India, cool spicy accent of Guatemalan cardamom and slightly smoky Calabrian bergamot sound at the start of the composition, setting a clear, resonant, refreshing sound. In the "heart", the intense tartness of black Ceylon and green tea is gently diluted with delicate powder chords of iris. A mysterious and somewhat smoky base opens up with notes of papyrus and spicy caraway, and the milk and woody nuance gives a precious sandalwood from Paraguay. The composition is by the famous perfumer Jerome Epinette.