Phul-Nana, which means ‘lovely flower’, was launched back in 1891, representing a bouquet of chosen Indian flowers.
It contains the notes of bergamot, orange, neroli, geranium, tuberose, ylang-ylang, patchouli, benzoin, cedar, sandalwood, opoponax, tonka bean and vanilla. This fragrance paved the way for oriental fragrances today.
It is available in exclusive glass bottles as 10 and 100 ml perfume, as well as 50 and 100 ml EDP. You can also order the fragrance in the original shaped bottle from 1919, embellished with gold. The nose behind this fragrance is Trevor Nicholl.