- Jan 13, 2016
didn't see any discussion on this and it's now officially released. concentration is EDP which sits between the PC & Parfum, new notes (bolded) have been added so it's effectively a new fragrance!
“An iconic word in the perfume world, Elysium has remained an international success since launching in 2017.
Expanding upon the Elysium universe, Roja Parfums are pleased to welcome a new addition to the collection: Elysium Eau Intense.
Re-imagining the beloved Elysium accord, Eau Intense brings an even more refreshing experience. Uplifting the senses, it transports the wearer to a paradise of crystal waters and cloudless skies. Elysium Eau Intense – A new era for the revered Elysium experience.”
“Reimagining the original Elysium formula, Roja Dove has intensified the Elysium experience by increasing its iconic fresh, woody and sensual characteristics.
Pushing freshness a step further, the Grapefruit and Lime have been dialled up and layered with an addition of Rhubarb. This tart, sappy fruit makes the brightness appear richer and more refined, adding a succulent sensation that makes the mouth water.
A note of tropical tuberose lies in the heart of this creation. Lending volume to the fruits and connecting them in to the base, the Tuberose unfurls into the warmth of woods. Once built around Cedarwood, Eau Intense develops the complexity of Cedar with a bed of dry wood notes.
A considered change to the structure, Pink Pepper has been removed to welcome its more electrifying cousin, black pepper. The rosy warmth of the original becomes more impactful as its fresher and more woody nuances complement the intensified structure.
From first spray till well into the day, Musks are the secret weapon of Elysium. Intensified for an even more compelling sensuality, Musks run the entire way through, from a weightless version in the opening to an animalic version in the base.
To complete Elysium Eau Intense, Roja adds in a note of Violet leaf. A bright and earthy material, it roots the fragrance into the natural world, giving the sensation of one’s feet standing in the Elysian fields as they gaze up at the Olympian skies.”