Garuda - Jul et Mad
Extrait de Parfum
The splendor and opulence of the great Angkor civilization
"Lord of Birds" known for accompanying Vishnu et Krishna in their fight against evil, he is a very important figure frequently represented in the Hindu and Buddhist religions.
The gigantic Angkor temple site is today as "petrified" in the jungle that invaded the smallest stone and brick. The impressive ruins by their size, the profusion of vast temples and the richness that characterize them, are "living" witnesses of the strength and power of Khmer civilization.
An impressive number of Garuda sculptures ornate the temples of Angkor, the most remarkable representation being found in a gallery of Angkor Watt, its bas-reliefs being decorated with dozens of them. At sundown, the gallery is bathing in the sunlight, all the statues appearing as covered in gold…
The Accord: Oud
Is this very golden, splendid picture that the perfume Garuda is depicting. The entire composition was built around the gold, with its two facets, so opposed, but yet so complimentary: the cold aspect of the metal is represented here by the fruit and spice combination, especially the pink pepper, in opposition, but in perfect harmony, with the saffron and its warmth, the whole being sustained by an exquisite dominating accord of pure Cambodian Oud.
Head : Bergamot, Orange, Cumin, Pink Pepper
Heart: Cambodian Oud, Saffron, Rhum
Bottom: Patchouli, Timbersilk, Vetiver Java, Cedarwood, Cashmeran, Amber, Vanila, Musk
Parfumeur : Luca Maffei, Atelier Fragranze Milano, Milano Italie