Jupiter's huge satellite not only inspired the name of our perfume, but it is also known for being full of craters and having an underground ocean larger than all of Earth's oceans combined.
The perfume's creators, Marc-Antoine Barrois and Quentin Bisch, have imagined it here in a world with an atmosphere overflowing with aromas that becomes combustible: its sky glows with the acidic tip of mandarin and the sacred fumaroles of frankincense and myrrh.
But it is a planet covered with warm velvety dunes where the perennial spicy and caramel dominates.
The fiery heart of this fragrance reminds us that the gods gave Ganymede eternal life so that her beauty would never fade.
Is it the smoldering skin hidden beneath the wild skin?
This precious fragrance extract is as much a sophisticated scent as it is carnal.
Ganymede EXTRAIT unfolds in its dizzying wake the seduction of the great Classics.
The sound of waves from afar.
The wind is sweeping a field of perennial flowers. The sun pulls out its right and warms the spicy, almost syrupy scent of these yellow flowers.
Waves caress the dune.
The wind lifts the sand in warm, leathery, intoxicating gusts -- frankincense, myrrh?
The grains of sand swirl, glowing.
Rock is bright, Akigalawood and Mandarin bring minerality and freshness.
The air becomes... captivating.
Heart: Frankincense, Leather, Myrrh
Bottom: Mandarin, Akigalawood