The scent of a dreamlike reality.
Creating an elegant and unexpected harmony around a quartet of tangerine, violet, immortelle and chamois, the two fellow artists dreamed up this new planet: Ganymede, the rocky satellite of Jupiter discovered in 1610 by Galileo, is bright and covered with salt. oceans of water.
It took its name from Greek mythology: a young man, Ganymede, was abducted by the gods who were so fascinated by his beauty that they offered him immortality.
Composed by perfumer Quentin Bisch, Ganymede echoes the leathery, suede-like notes that made B683 a beautiful classic.
The entire composition plays on contrasts and oppositions.
The notes respond in a permanent dialogue to draw a new olfactory map on the leather, on the lapel of a cashmere jacket or there, near the buttonhole, right in the hollow of the wrist.
If an image were needed, it would be that of the four cardinal points: to the north we would have the acidic vivacity of mandarin, to which the immortelle flower responds, to the south and, to underscore the olfactory picture, the density of leathery notes-suede to the west is balanced by the floral delicacy of violet to the east.
Heart: Osmanthus, Leathery accord
Bottom: Akigalawood, Immortelle