Un Jardin sur le Toit eau de toilette tells of a hidden garden in the heart of Paris: a square of nature nestled on Hermès' rooftop at 24 Rue du Faubourg-Saint-Honore. Created by perfumer Jean-Claude Ellena in 2011, this fragrance pays homage to this garden of enchantment and celebration.
Fruity and vegetal, Un Jardin sur le Toit eau de toilette unleashes the scent of a crisp apple tree into the Paris air, intertwined with notes of juicy pear tree.
Designed by Fred Rawyler, the emblematic “lantern bottle” is inspired by the lanterns of horse-drawn carriages. Its glass is a bright, vibrant and luminous green. Philippe Dumas, a member of the Hermès family, created the illustration on the box, depicting this garden and its stunning view of the city.
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. There are olfactory strolls to share for every moment, to indulge every desire for freshness, reverie or escape.
"A garden that answers to no-one, a cheerful garden, watered with light." Jean-Claude Ellena
Un Jardin sur le Toit is a lively, edgy novella. This fragrance describes a secret garden, hidden in the heart of the city, in Paris. A hanging garden, perched on the rooftop of Hermès building at 24 Faubourg Saint-Honoré.
An apple tree, a pear tree, a magnolia flourish in the Paris air, along with a few self-seeded imposters, all making up this scent of light and pleasure, enticing and full of laughter.