While the air is still fresh, and spring has barely opened the first buds, a scent murmurs on the skin.
Small lily bells and lacey jasmine, while still developing, breathe in the humidity of the dawn. A fragrance that promises optimism as does the dawn. Never have white flowers been so transparent. This white bouquet, interpreted as a refreshing cologne, is covered with a scintillating dew.
Sparkling and joyful, the top note of Champ de Fleurs exalts the grapefruit’s bitterness and the brightness of a juicy pear. The delicate fruity accord then merges with the jasmine petals and the moist lily of the valley which grows in May. Gradually, the white cedar gives way to the musk and amber notes that envelop the bouquet with an infinite sweetness.