Yves Saint Laurent Beauty has selected a blend of tart blackcurrant and pear to join notes of citrus and green mandarin peel. Jasmine-scented tea and orange blossom then take over before giving way to the olfactory signature of the fragrance: coffee.
The coffee grains in this varation mix with creamy white musk and a blend of white woods, turning the floral coffee of the original Black Opium into a green coffee for the eau de toilette.
The overall design of the bottle remains unchanged, with the exception of pink gold reflections, recalling the nuance of the fragrance’s essence.
Black is not a color, but an attitude—fascinating and seductively intoxicating.