To honor Prince Murat’s 1930 creation Champs de Mai, Quentin Bisch naturally drew inspiration from the queen of flowers, the Rose, but a rose which radiates freshness. He captured the scent of a rose in the Bagatelle Gardens during a beautiful month of May, at dawn when the dew vanishes under the sun’s first morning rays. A subtle and luscious May rose smelled from afar, the bliss and caress of velvety freshness blooming with the new day.
Head Notes / Apricot, Rose Centifolia
Heart Notes / Rosyfolia, Petalia
Base Notes / Ambroxan, Nympheal