The first in the Parfums-Jardins collection, created in 2003, Un Jardin en Méditerranée eau de toilette evokes a walk through a secret Tunisian garden overflowing with trees and flowers. It is an unusual oasis combining olfactory, visual and tactile sensations, by Jean-Claude Ellena.
Fruity and woody, Un Jardin en Méditerranée eau de toilette combines sweet fig tree with the notes of green lentisk and delicate oleander.
Designed by Fred Rawyler, the emblematic “lantern bottle” is inspired by the lanterns of horse-drawn carriages. Its glass is in a delicate blue gradient, like the shifting reflections of the Mediterranean. The box is illustrated with the hues of the South of France by artist Aurore de la Morinerie.
THE PARFUMS-JARDINS COLLECTION
Through the Parfums-Jardins collection, Hermès nurtures its creativity every year bringing together the soul and feelings of a place, the perfumer's inspiration and the chosen theme of the year. They are olfactory strolls to share for every moment, to indulge every desire for freshness, reverie or escape.
"An expression in perfume of a Mediterranean memory, a mosaic of olfactory, visual and tactile sensations." Jean-Claude Ellena
A novella that describes the spirit of a Mediterranean garden luxuriant with trees and flowers, and evokes a mosaic of scents gathered from a private garden in Tunisia. Like a travelogue, this fragrance conjures up an idyllic world of shadows, water and light, on the theme of a fig tree allied with Mediterranean zest.