Eau de Couvent is Causing Commotion in the Blogosphere

By: Sarah JA - Published: Apr 21, 2011 • References: colette.fr & colette.fr
The sensually clerical scent is called Eau de Couvent, or "Water of Convent," and is quite the unexpected name for a perfume. The story behind this scent goes like this: taken with love, an enamoured nun offered it as a token of her affection to a young officer.

This controversial product was conceived in memory of a crystal bottle found in the tall grass of the Corsican scrub at the foot of the old convent of San Francescu in Nebbio. The sacrilegious memento of a forbidden love mixes fresh and invigorating scents of violets, jasmine and mandarin, "carefully measured for a special moment". Eau de Couvent comes in a modest glass bottle along with a silver token that resembles a Patron Saint Medal. Stats for Controversially Cerical Scents Trending: Older & Chilly
Research: 698 clicks in 266 w
Interest: 2.8 minutes
Concept: Sensual Clerical Scent
Related: 59 examples / 45 photos
Segment: Neutral, 18-55
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