Jardins D’Écrivains summon the spirit of the La Pléiade, a name for the prominent early 20th century poets with a triptych of olfactory adaptations of their famous works.
ALCOOLS is a scented reference to Guillaume Apollinaire's collection of poems and maybe this particular one about autumn and smoke:
"... l’automne a fait mourir l’été
Dans le brouillard s’en vont deux silhouettes grises"
"... autumn is summer's dying
into the handging smoke two grey silhouettes receed"
Alcools is a leathery elixir. A smoky rhythm composed of birch tar, tonka bean, benzoin and styrax.