Nomenclature Shi_so EDP 100ml
Although geochemistry in its natural way still cannot express 'green', the colorful palette of this perfume goes far beyond 'grass' or 'Granny Smith'. Givaudan's herbaceous Glycolierral® thus captures the cool scent of a broken ivy leaf - hence the name Givaudan gave the molecule, from the French word for "ivy", lierre.
Pronounce the word with a long 'o' - Shi_sõ. A Japanese synonym for 'modern thought'. And also an iconic herb from Japanese cuisine that is rarely used in a scent. Parfumeur Bertrand Duchaufour was fascinated and inspired by this scent combination of mint, basil and cumin with a metallic accent. He gave a modern twist to the classical genre, replacing citrus with a kaleidoscope of green notes. A hint of cardamom, a sprig of green mint. Lemon verbena and juicy black currants. Almond anise and rhubarb pie. Glycolierral® gives this mix a sweet, milky effect.