• Damask rose

    Damask rose

    Discovered in Turkey, the Damascus rose was praised in Syria for its elegance and the finesse of its scent. During the rosebush’s intense blooming season, its display an exquisite corolla of petals...
  • Iris


    Iris Pallida
    Pale in colour, iris pallida - also known as sweet iris – is a hardy perennial plant from the Iridaceae family.
  • Jasmine


    From the Persian yâsamîn, this musky-scented flower from India grows on a bush of the Oleaceae family. White jasmine, or “officina” is the variety most commonly used in perfumery.
  • La Rose Aime L'Ambre
    Between the amber and the Damascus Rose, love never ends. Known as the “Queen of Flowers", the Damascus rose was praised in Syria for the finesse of its scent and subtle elegance. Celebrated since Antiquity from China to Persia, rose, as a flower, is close to the divine.
  • La Rose Aime La Menthe
    Carrière Frères celebrates the surprising union between the Spearmint, deep green perennial plant, and the “Queen of Flowers”: the Damascus Rose. Discovered in Turkey, the rose proudly exhibits its exquisite corolla of petals in order to reveal the finesse of its scent.
  • Lavender


    Its essential oil, of the highest quality, purifies and heals. Lavender is a grand and generous flower.
  • Lily of the valley
    Invigorating and pure, the lily carries the scent of happy days. At the other end of its little white bells, its underground stems, or rhizomes, help the lily spread.
  • Orange Blossom

    Orange Blossom

    The orange flower grows on the citrus tree, or “Citrus Aurantium”, of the Rutaceae genus.
  • Tiare


    Amongst the most famous gardenias, the tiare is deliciously aromatic and a symbol of beauty. Women coat their skin and hair with its essential oil monoï, with glowing effect.
  • Tuberose


    Polianthes tuberosa
    The tuberose is a herbaceous plant of the Agavaceae family. The scent of the flower is considered one of the most powerful vegetable.