Niven Morgan's Jean Baptiste 1717 celebrates New Orleans past and present and its founding father, Jean Baptiste le Moyne de Bienville, the aristocrat who established the city in 1717 as the capital of French Louisiana. His original settlement survives to this day as the Vieux Carre, or French Quarter.
A young but sophisticated fragrance, Jean Baptiste 1717 evokes the seductive soul of New Orleans: oak lined boulevards, jasmined air, distant song, sweet times, love lost and found. The scent: Water hyacinth, jasmine and tuberose floating through a sensual aura: wild rose and princess lily with subtle traces of caramel and creamy vanilla, and base notes of rich woods and warm patchouli.
55 hours of burn time.
About Niven Morgan:
Niven Morgan has built a cult-like following for his collection of candles, soaps, lotions, and home scents. The Dallas-based fragrance designer draws inspiration from the essence of exotic locales near and far.