Ysatis

2015-07-18 17.15.02 (2)

Sweet aldehydes and powdery floral create a scent almost reminiscent of root beer in Ysatis (Givenchy 1984).  Notes of coconut, rosewood and tuberose are sensual and prominent among a strong galbanum, vetiver, sandalwood and civet. It was created by Domonique Ropion in 1984.

Top notes: citrus, ylang-ylang, galbanum, coconut, rose wood, and aldehydes.  Middle notes: jasmine, rose, iris, tuberose and narcissus. Base notes: musk, amber, vanilla, vetiver, patchouli, sandal wood and civet.

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