Like "En Passant" this is as soft as a whisper, gentle as a first kiss – and has the prettiest name ever used for a perfume. An evocation of the shy angelica flower after an April shower, born from the blossoms themselves, a pinch of pigeon-pink pepper, a grain of coriander and a murmur of cedarwood.
An exquisite work of art by Jean-Claude Ellena.
Composition: Pink Pepper, Juniper Berries Angelica, Coriander, Hedione Musk, Cedarwood
His mission was to bring inspiration back to the ‘hidden heart’ of perfumery: commissioning the perfumers to move away from the constraints and demands of today’s mass market and encouraging them to create scents without restriction, from the outer limits of their imagination.
These highly unusual and imaginative fragrances herald a new purity and style in the world of fragrance; rare and precious ingredients are combined in stunning collectors pieces, each one a triumph of the perfumer’s art.