Bentley Momentum Unbreakable Eau de Parfum joins Bentley Fragrances. Its bottle draws inspiration from an innovative finish crafted by Bentley to customize its car interiors: the Stone Veneer. The slate and quartzite stone is sustainably sourced from hand-selected quarries in Rajasthan and Andhra Pradesh, India. The sections of stone are split from larger pieces and cured using glass fibre and a bespoke resin. They are shaped and finished by hand by Bentley’s Mulliner coachbuilding team.
The front of the Bentley Momentum Unbreakable bottle is covered by a real stone plate made of mica schist, a crystalline rock holding reflective slivers of mica. Each one is 100% natural making every bottle a unique piece. The stone is cut into thin slices and applied to tissue which is then bonded to the bottle. After that, the stone is molded into the shape of the bottle. To finish, the slate-grey plate is etched with Bentley’s “B in Wings” logo and the name of the fragrance. The back of the bottle is clad with an interpretation of the marque’s trademark knurling. It is embossed in a matte black plate covering the bottle from base to neck. A matte black cap tops this Eau de Parfum. Decorated with the iconic Bentley logo and the name of the fragrance hot-stamped in silver, the slate-grey box is embossed in the same, tactile texture as the bottle’s stone plate.
The Momentum Unbreakable fragrance opens with a note of violet leaf and sparkling mandarin Sfuma. Green, floral and aromatic, the finest mandarin oil in the world is almost a perfume in itself. A clean flash of lavender, matched with mint-fresh, rosy geranium, is softened by precious, powdery orris. Spicy with facets of liquorice, dried fruit and amber, immortelle heats the heart of the scent.
Truly innovative in its structure, the fragrance composed by the Grasse-born Master Perfumer Fabrice Pellegrin and Ane Ayo, from Bilbao (Spain), Momentum Unbreakable introduces Dreamwood™. Obtained through carbon-neutral biotechnology, the 100% natural ingredient is used in place of Mysore sandalwood, which is now a protected species in India. Dark patchouli supports the woody aspects of the creamy, sensual sandalwood note. Its smokiness is underlined by Haitian vetiver and papyrus.
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