This masterful perfume conveys a sensory panorama of time and place, specifically, when the Frapin family first crafted cognac in 1270 in their French country chateau. Designed by Pierre Frapin’s great granddaughter Beatrice Cointreau and the cellar master, 1270 conjures up every aspect of making a fine cognac from fresh vineyard grass to grape vine blossoms to the earthy distillery cellar of the castle. Generously infused with notes of raisin, candied orange, coffee and gaïac wood, this elegant scent has a jammy but refined richness and character.
Notes at a Glance
Exotic woods, spice, raisin, vine flowers, pepper, candied orange, nut, hazelnut, prune, cocoa, coffee, leather, woods, white honey.