Composed from an unfinished formula by Vacher, while the master was completing L’Eau Noble in the early 70’s, Sang Bleu is masculine, muscular and musky. Fresh and racy but eternally refined. Galbanum is tireless, a crisp, ebullient verdancy that connotes youth and uplift. Citrus (bergamot, lemon and orange) is a sunny infusion, whose bittersweet tang makes our mouths water and increases our sense of (delicious) anticipation. Aromatic notes (artemisia, rosemary, eucalyptus and tarragon) are dulcet, sour and earthy, a combination that fills us with an invigorating hunger, a thirst for more…more heat and excitement, which is quickly supplied in the form of spicy florals. Geranium shimmers, a cross between pink pepper and rose, communicates an androgynous romantic sensibility. Jasmine and rose are thick, rich textures that slip, like heavy satin, effortlessly over skin. Violet is a bright note amidst this concentrated floral core, signaling the luminous infusion provided by spices (pink pepper, cloves). Cedar and patchouli smolder around these florals, engineering a searing, almost astringent quality, clarifying Sang Bleu’s seductive intent. Animalic base notes bring a distinctive nobility to Sang Bleu. Frankly sensual, this bold perfume is intended for the prince who aims to cultivate their renown.