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1461 Mariscal Antonio José de Sucre
Buenos Aires, CABA, C1428
Argentina

+11.6003.8185

FRASSAÏ is a fragrance and jewelry house born in Buenos Aires and New York. With a sensorial approach to design, each piece is conceived to evoke the senses. Our fine scented candles and eau de parfum collection will transport you into a scented journey through places, memories and time. As part of the house's sustainable approach, all jewelry is handcrafted locally and in small quantities. We utilize recycled materials whenever possible. 

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Our blog is about perfume, jewelry and our own creative journey. Embark on this sensorial experience with us to learn more about Buenos Aires, about what makes a candle fragrance or perfume unique, and learn more about our timeless modern jewelry which has a sensorial approach to design. We share details about our luxury scented candles, our handmade sterling silver and gold rings, cuffs, necklaces and earrings. In addition we are sharing exclusive lifestyle tips. 

The flower that will make you swoon

FRASSAI

 Ylang Ylang Moheli

Ylang Ylang Moheli

Precious Ylang Ylang grows in the lush forests of the Comoros islands, off the south coast of Africa. It is rich and buttery, with a delicious sweet floral fragrance and a soft touch of spice.

The tree originated in the Philippines, where it was named the "flower of flowers" due to its magnificent beauty. The delicate blooms are handpicked at dawn and must be distilled within two hours. It takes 50 kilos of flowers to yield 1kg of ylang ylang essence.  

BEBEL, created by renowned perfumer Yann Vasnier, features Ylang Ylang from Moheli, the smallest of the Comoros islands. The sunny flower is carefully paired with lovely Star Magnolia, crisp pear d’Anjou, white peonies, creamy sandalwood and musks. 

 BEBEL CANDLE

BEBEL CANDLE

 

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Source: Givaudan

Givaudan supports the local Moheli community through education and planting of trees while preserving traditional production techniques