oriental woody; masc.
Top Note: Italian bergamot, juniper, black pepper
Heart Note: Orange blossom, Florentine Iris, Cinnamon
Base Note: Vanilla, Vetiver, amber
“A Moveable Feast” inspired Gérald Ghislain’s creation of 1899. In this memoir, Hemingway recounts his bohemian life in the Paris of the Roaring Twenties. This fragrance conveys the exuberant mood and unbridled creativity of the time. As an aperitif, notes of Bergamot and Juniper play a part in the lively cafe discussions in the Left Bank’s renowned Saint-Germain-des-Prés where Hemingway got together with the literary expatriates of his “Lost Generation”. Next, Orange blossom, Iris and Cinnamon give way to a hardy Vetiver melded with Amber’s gentleness. It’s like a stroll through the Paris where Ernest became Hemingway.