Les Jardins d'Armide was the symbol of beauty, lush and beautiful, full of fragrant flowers and the rarest species. The beautiful gardens were long mythical, but the success of the Renaissance myth of Armida gave these imaginary incomparable gardens a new impetus. The Great Century in France did not escape the attraction of myths. There was a genuine passion for symbolic, illusions and enchantments. Armide, the most emblematic of the seventeenth century witch, was a woman of great beauty who knew the art of seduction. She best embodies the ambivalent powers of charm. She is inextricably tied to its extraordinary gardens, so much so that the term "Gardens of Armida" became a reference in fashion during the subsequent centuries. Throughout the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, the Gardens of Armida are incessantly referred to in music (Lully, Vivaldi, Handel, Haydn, Rossini ...), painting (Poussin, Van Dyck, Tiepolo, Fragonard ...) and literature. The myth began with another one, the myth of Tasso in the sixteenth century. In 1909, the prestigious Maison de Parfums Oriza L. Legrand presents “Jardins d'Aramide" to its elegant clientele, le tout-Paris, in its prestigious boutique 11 Place de la Madeleine. The perfume is a tribute to the legendary gardens and the women who have symbolized them throughout the ages. The Rose, Queen of Flowers, is at the heart of this enchanting bouquet picked in the Garden of Armida. Iris from Florence and wild violet powder the wisteria and eyelets from India, whilst honey, almond and musk bring incomparable strength to this tempting elixir. Jardins D'Armide, unparalleled powdery fragrance of Oriza L. Legrand. Originaly launched 1909, recreated 2013.
Perfume family: floral, powdery
Top notes: faded rose, orange blossom, iris powder
Heart notes: Florentine iris, wild violet, wisteria, Indian carnation
Base notes: honey, almond, tonka beans, musk