Maurice Roucel


Maurice Roucel enters the perfumery world in 1973 as a chemist with Robert Henri at the prestigious Chanel House. After a stint at the IFF and Quest, Maurcie Roucel becomes a perfumer at Dragoco (now called Symrise).  He is the great initiator of magnolia perfume.

The olfactive writing of Maurice Roucel is simply to let the essential of the formula speaks. His olfactive signatures are sensual, enveloping and generous. For him, perfumery is a message, a passion to share, a vector of close ties.

ACQUA SANTA - Clean and innocent like crystal-clear holy water, blithe fruity notes of Sicilian bergamot and cassis with irresistibly warm and spicy accords of coriander, Javanese patchouli and green leaves that are captively surrounded by a floral bouquet of finest rose petals, wild jasmine, precious ylang-ylang, cyclamen and lily of the valley with its sensual féminine touch

Perfumes created by Maurice Roucel