It's the story of the idea that when it smells this good you just want to eat the air according to perfumer Daphne Bugey.
She says she wanted to keep the gingery, almost spicy dimension, but make it lighter, and add bite and burst.
She says that to get the floral facet, she needed Jasmine Sambac that has a very particular orange note which appears as if from below - like a surprise. She also says if it's gourmand, it's irresistible.
It's Classique with chantilly. The refined sobriety that we know, but with spice - ever more addictive with it's linering jasmine and orange flower in the heart and precious woody musky ambery notes in the base.
Top Notes -Chilli Accord, Ginger, Aldehydes (Carbonic Snow Accord)
Heart Notes - Jasmine, Orange Blossom, Chantilly Cream
Base Notes - Cade Wood, Ambrox, Benzoin