Le Barbier de Tangier is inspired by a real barbershop experience, that dates back to a time when Claude Marchal spent quite a lot of time in the Middle East (Lebanon, Syria…) and Morocco. Anyone who has had a chance to visit or live in these parts of the world are forever marked by certain things, certain lights, sounds, and of course, smells that are emblematic of these countries. Food markets, Souks, streets…
“I have an unforgettable memory of a barber shop in Tangiers, Morocco. Tangiers was a very cosmopolitan city at that time and this particular barber shop where I used to go offered the best of both worlds: Arabic-style service and old-fashioned European decor and supplies.”- Claude Marchal – Parfums MDCI
Notes : Basil, cardamom, lemon, bergamot, yellow tangerine, lavender, petitgrain, galbanum, pineapple, apple, patchouli, Haitian vetiver, ambery wood notes, ambroxan, oak moss notes, coumarin.
Perfumer Anne-Sophie Behaghel