Maître Parfumeur et Gantier’s Patchouli 1969: a creation with a “hippie chic” spirit.
The freshness and vivaciousness of this blend refer to the spirit of the hippie movement. Newness of ideas, colours and exuberance of Flower Power can be found in this composition.
A fresh and sparkling perfume, that builds on its identity.
The name ''Patchouli 1969'' refers to the Woodstock festival, musical highlight of the Hippie era that took place in Bethel (USA) in August of 1969.
True to the hippies’ favourite fragrance, the accord is built for and around the patchouli flower. From the head notes, the scent of patchouli mixed with cardamom makes for a fresh and bright start.
The elegant heart of the perfume blends this beautiful Indonesian flower with a floral bouquet of jasmine, rose and lotus flower. The base notes are Maitre Parfumeur et Gantier’s signature blend of sandalwood and musk, accompanied by rich vanilla.
Notes: Cardamom, patchouli, bigarade, jasmine, rose, elemi, sandalwood, musk and vanilla.