In 1968, in the midst of the sexual revolution, Paul Vacher created the iconic fragrance Vetyver. Vetyver or “Male Flowers". According to the launch campaign of the fragrance at the time, the perfume house went all the way to the Indian continent to source the flowers, they are called Vetiver. The fragrance was muscular and musky. Fresh, dry, and racy. A truly male fragrance.'" Le Galion is proud to relaunch Vetyver today, based on the original formula. A decidedly aromatic fragrance, opening with citrus notes of spicy bergamot, Italian mandarin, nutmeg and coriander, it develops an aromatic heart around clary sage, lavender, petitgrain, tarragon and verbena, and finishes with an intense wake of vetiver, sandalwood, tonka bean, and musk.
The perfume family: woody, green, fougere
Top notes: bergamot, mandarin, nutmeg, coriander
Heart notes: clary sage, lavender, petitgrain, tarragon, verbena, sage
Base notes: vetiver, sandalwood, tonka bean, musk