The sound of the waves from far away. The wind is sweeping a field of everlasting flowers. The sun takes out its right and heats the spicy, almost syrupy scent of these yellow flowers. The waves are caressing the dune.
The wind picks up the sand into warm, leathery, heady gusts- incense, myrrhe? Grains of sand are twirling, incandescent. The rock is flushing, the Akigalawood and Mandarin bring minerals and freshness. The air becomes… captivating.
Ganymede Extrait is a warm spicy composition by Marc-Antoine Barrois, created by Quentin Bisch. The composition of the fragrance includes ingredients such as Immortelle, Akigalawood, Frankincense, Myrrh, Madnaryn and Safraleine. The opening of the fragrance is a mix of frankincense and myrrh and Immortelle. The smell is aromatic and strong. There is no other fragrance so unique! I also smell a lot of spices, especially saffron. After some time, tangerine also appears, which adds a slight sweetness. In my opinion, the most interesting here is the combination of Immortelle and a heavy note of incense. It is this combination that makes Ganymede Extrait a fragrance with an interesting character, an unusual fragrance and definitely one of the most interesting compositions in the world of niche perfumes.
The parameters of the fragrance are very good. The composition stays on the skin and clothes for so long that it is impossible to count. If you are looking for a unique fragrance with great parameters, Ganymede Extrait will be a hit!