Paradis Perdu by Frapin

Inspired by Art Nouveau and the Paris World fair of 1889 when Frapin received a gold medal from Gustav Eiffel, a testament to the new industrial age. 

Paradis Perdu (Paradise lost) is an aromatic and woody fragrance. The top notes of bergamot, lemon, grapefruit and mandarin give a zesty opening that evolves into a green bouquet of basil, elemi and galbanum sweetened by grape blossom. 

Hay and labdanum combine with moss and rosewood that soften and sweeten the raw, unadulterated green conjured up by the galbanum.  An earthy chapter in the Frapin story. 

Also in the Exploring Labdanum Edit and Sample Pack.