10%-off on your first order

Roll-on Habanita

Eau de Parfum - 7.5 ml

Floristal, wooded, powdery.
Parfum de transgression, a multi-faceted woody oriental.
Samples offered  for all orders
Free delivery from 80€ of purchase
Product 100% recyclable


A real olfactory kaleidoscope, it transforms and enchants you over the hours. And the magic operates again and again ...
There is a lemon disguised as a licorice, a rose whose petals seem cut from sheepskin, a vanilla that can come out of a cigar cellar, an amber worthy of an aphrodisiac potion of a Byzantine apothecary and many others Scents again ... from the famous vetiver-vanille-Patchouli chord emerges an improbable alliance, a mysterious alchemy that we would not dare to belong to the same perfume. Habanita evolves towards powdery notes, very subtle, which often dedicate it to women, but many men have been able to appropriate it. Its eastern wooded background is an absolute delight for comfort for these gentlemen. Harmonious in its voluptuousness, Habanita leaves an impression of balance under the fiery fire. A perfume that marks and invariably notice.

Olfactory Notes



Chène foam


Alcohol Denat., Perfume (Fragrance), Aqua (Water), Coumarin, Alpha-isomethyl Ionone, Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool, Benzyl Benzoate, Citronellol, HydroxyCitronellallallalla, Eugenol, Hexxl Cinnamal, Evernia prunastri extract, Citral, Isoeugenol, , Cinnamyl Alcohol, Farnesol, Benzyl Alcohol.


The Roaring Twenties witnessed the emancipation of women. They gradually free themselves from social conventions, go out, dance, play sports, wear makeup, smoke and wear short hair.
In the field of fashion, it is the advent of simple shapes, suits inspired by the men's wardrobe. Trousers, straight cuts, low-waisted Charleston dresses, knee-length skirts, little cloche hats... The woman of the 20s becomes “boyish”, androgynous!
The attributes of male fantasies are erased, body shapes are blurred and the emphasis is placed on aesthetics, accessories, beauty products, perfumes...
In 1921, Maison Molinard launched its now iconic perfume, Habanita.


To research