Cologne Impatiente - 100ml
Vaporizer - Spray / Grapefruit - Rhubarb
Partially open the shutters of the Château each morning and experience another spring day, taking in the harmony of the park. Dabbing one’s neck with a few sparkling drops of a yearning nature.
Nature opens its mischievous eye. A blink of marigold, an acid green glance of rhubarb… bright notes of grapefruit, mint, and bergamot splash softly onto the skin. When the amber wood warms one can already guess the height of summer.
"I created a colourful scented garden. The crunchiness of wild green mint and the flamboyant orange of marigold, sparkling from beneath the winter fruit: grapefruit, bergamot and mandarin. Vetiver sustains this tangy characteristic, with its effervescent freshness and its robustness between root and earth."
Karine Dubreuil, Parfumeur Créateur
Composing a fragrance is an art that serves to create emotion and sensoriality.
Each fragrance is like a piece of music. The melody unfolds in three movements before merging with the skin to give off a scent that is all one's own.
First come the top notes, light and fleeting, lasting only a few minutes. This overture allows the wearer to appropriate the fragrance.
The middle notes, more persistent, are the heart and soul of the fragrance.
As for the base notes, they linger longest and hold the entire composition together.
The way a fragrance interacts with the skin is unique. It will not reveal itself fully until it is worn. Try dabbing it on your wrists, your neck or behind your ears.
You can also spray a fine mist of fragrance onto your clothes. It will be lovely, spritzed on your jacket lapel, shirt collar or skirt hem. Natural materials, especially wool and cashmere, are best able to reveal all of its facets.
Heat and light are your perfume's worst enemies. We advise keeping your fragrance bottles away from all sources of heat and/or strong light.
Availability date: 0000-00-00