From the end of the 19th century into the 20th, travellers continued to explore the North African shores and the Near and Middle Eastern regions. Memories, immortalized today in paintings and literature, show views of the region through western eyes, and fragrances of the time captured this too. Exotic oriental elements found their way into numerous fragrances, just as Prince Murat was contemplating creating Le Galion. Launched in 1930 and celebrating its 85th anniversary Le Galion, is proud to present Sovereign, in tribute to its founder. A spicy oriental amber fragrance, it opens on spicy notes of pink berries and black pepper, developing a bouquet of rose, iris, myrrh, in balance with amber, patchouli, and a a variety of woods like oudh, cedar and guaiac.
The perfume family: oriental, woody
Top notes: pink and black pepper
Heart notes: ros, iris, myrrh
Base notes: amber, patschouli, oud, cedarwood, guaiacwood