Plein Jeu III-V
Plein Jeu (full chorus chord in organ music) is a sunny indolic jasmine, gooey and honeyed, flowing like lava alongside thick amber and generously spiced frankincense.
As it rolls, it is a beautiful jasmine at times and at times it becomes sweet and herbaceous like curing hay or marihuana.
The Sniff on Plein Jeu III-IV: " [it] contains a lovely swaithe of jasmine in its heart, but it isn’t a typical floral at all. The jasmine is very rich and deep – not flightly white petals but a different beast entirely. It has an indolic quality which brings it much closer to the amber in the scent in tone and a thickness which gives substance and weight to the composition. The jasmine here has a piquancy about it, a little je ne sais quoi. The effect this brings is a little frisson of electricity; suddenly you’re no longer just sitting in a tranquil church, but now it’s a church where you fancy the preacher. It’s that raising-hairs effect that the jasmine brings, nice, but oh so naughty as well!"