Collection Homme Thé Brun
With “Thé Brun”, Jean-Charles Brosseau set the stage for a décor, an attitude, an instinct. This esthete only needed a few hours, working with talented perfumer and old friend Pierre Bourdon, to compose this fragrance that is both elegant and rustic.
Opening with a smoky tea accord accented with spice, citrus and woody notes, Thé Brun’s composition is well-blended and no single note really prevails. Those who like black teas will be delighted by the darker base notes while those who prefer something lighter will appreciate the subtle sillage of the scent.
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The brand has placed great important on the principles that have made Paris a synonym for elegance and exclusivity. By creating artistic works full of character, personality and ingenuity. Jean-Charles Brosseau aims to astonish and bring joy.
"The Brosseau style is comprised of small details that seem simple, yet appeal to women and prove to be eternal. Beyond the passing trends, his fragrances are timeless, as quality and elegance do not require flashy finery. The main goal of Jean-Charles Brosseau is to create highly qualitative fragrances, made of the best components from various world origins. Each fragrance is enclosed in a superb bottle which symbolizes the excellence of the French craft. The packaging's are classic and restrained, and show the refined discretion of the creator."
In 1955, Jean-Charles formed a fashion house situated in Paris and began his own fashion label. Then, in 1981 launched into the world of perfume with the debut "Ombre Rose", created with Françoise Caron. The scent has reached cult status today, but even when first launched, rapidly became a best seller around the world.
Later on the company partnered with perfumers such as Pierre Bourdon, Michel Almairac, Christine Nagel & Benoist Lapouza.