To honor Prince Murat’s 1930 creation Champs de Mai, Quentin Bisch naturally drew inspiration from the queen of flowers, the rose, but a rose which radiates freshness. He captured the scent of a rose in the Bagatelle Gardens during a beautiful month of May, at dawn when the dew vanishes under the sun’s first morning rays. A subtle and luscious May rose smelled from afar, the bliss and caress of velvety freshness blooming with the new day.
The fragrance was created 1930 by Prince Murat, recreated 2020 by Quentin Bisch.
The perfume family: floral
Top notes: apricot, rose
Heart notes: rose, lily of the valley
Base notes: rose, ambroxan