Molinard Grasse

The Maison Molinard was founded in 1849 in Grasse, Provence, in the south of France, cradle of the world's perfume industry.

It has remained an entirely family-run business to this day, and is also the oldest of its kind. At that time, Molinard produced floral waters and Eaux de Cologne,
In 1860 Molinard began creating new fragrances: after "Jasmin" and "Rose" came "Mimosa" and "Violette" in discreet, elegant bottles made of Baccarat crystal.
In 1900, the company moved into an old perfume factory, where the distillery structure was designed by Gustave Eiffel. Molinard is still there today.
1921 was a momentous year, when Molinard launched Habanita which in 1924 became "the most tenacious perfume in the world",
In 1930 Rene Lalique creates several new bottles for Molinard.

Molinard Parfums Grasse

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