In the Indonesian jungle... In Sanskrit, Jangala designates a natural wilderness area, a jungle. The term sums up the olfactory world imagined by Pierre Guillaume in this woody, aromatic composition, infused with moist jungle air. The top notes evoke the lush vegetation of a tropical forest after a rainfall: eucaliptus leaves, cardamom and rosewood blend with Thai herbs and Kahili ginger blossoms. Rising from the moist earth, sandalwood vapor suffused with coconut and vetiver slowly warms the steamy, ozone-laced air. Suddenly, birds stop chirping: silence, then a quiver and the glint of dark eyes... a tiger is crounching in the shadow.
The perfume family: woody, green, spicy
Top notes: eucaliptus, cardamom
Heart notes: ginger, rosewood
Base notes: sandalwood, coconut, vetiver