Fragrance Du Bois Celebrates Tunku Naquiyuddin’s 70th With Bespoke Perfume


Tunku Naquiyuddin’s 70th birthday was recently commemorated with a special unveiling by Fragrance Du Bois. The bespoke fragrance, titled 'Minangkabau', was created by perfume specialist Mathilde Haguier to celebrate the culture, people and spirit of the Minangkabau culture.

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Descendants from this culture are originally from West Sumatra, Indonesia, with a royal lineage that goes back hundreds of years. While the Minang speak Malay, their dialect reflects their Indonesian heritage and its linguistic origins.

Top notes burst with a tangy, energetic blend of sparkling citrus and coconut, welcoming the breezy vibe of the tropics. Rich and spicy just like Minangkabau food, the perfume is rendered in a fascinating medley of cardamom, coriander, chilli, ginger, nutmeg and black pepper.

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The cuisine is not the only thing represented in the new perfume’s middle notes. Known to endure long after it has been picked, the Immortelle flower, also known as the 'Golden Eternal Flower', unravels from the middle notes in a symbolic expression of the flower’s exceptional longevity. The perfume’s base of perfectly balanced classic vetiver and musk extends from a stunning expression of modernity in its deep, earthy nose. Sophisticated and modern, the limited edition bespoke perfume is not available for sale.

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