Sir Gallahad Eau de Parfum
Fragrance description: Woody Floral Tobacco
The idea is to take a different olfactory path that reveals to be resolutely creative.
The fragrance innovation is sparked by the soft memory of salty skin just leaving the sea with the faraway fruity promise of mandarin trees. It then opens on a pure heart, built around a main flower: Gardenia. An ingredient that unveils little by little its nature, caught between richness and simplicity. The opulent perfume trail from the blonde tobacco is then revealed on the skin.
Why we’re addicted: For the first time worldwide, Gardenia is reinterpreted in a masculine fragrance.
Saffron Flower, Italian Mandarin, Gardenia Petals, Gardenia Heart, Sambac Jasmin, Olibanum, Blonde Tobacco, Vetiver, Amber
‘Sir Gallahad’ by Isabey was first created in 1924. The Baron Henri James Rothschild’s Celtic culture is certainly at the origin of the use of this name. It refers to the myth of the Knights of the Round Table and the quest for the Grail legend. He was always known as the "Perfect Knight“: in courage, gentleness, courtesy, and chivalry.
The contemporary version of ‘Sir Gallahad’, is dedicated to the courageous adventurers of today, determined and generous. This carnal woody scent, composed with Gardénia and blond tobacco reveals the modernity and audacity of the brand.
Ingredients + Benefits
*Ingredients may be subject to change. The most accurate and up to date product ingredient list can also found on the product packaging.
Today, Isabey Paris has been resurrected with the help of Parfums Panouge and with it came the relaunch of its infamous luscious Gardenia perfume that uses pure Gardenia extract instead of a Gardenia accord.
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