Atelier Cologne’s Sylvie Ganter and Christophe Cervacel Talk about Cédrat Enivrant + More! #podcast #video
It’s been a while since I shot this interview (Oscar Sunday to be precise) with Sylvie Ganter and Christophe Cervacel. Unfortunately I had a few camera and video issues and while I have been getting things fixed and in order, I have been far too patient but I also got a chance try Cédrat Enivrant for myself!
Interview with Sylvie Ganter and Christophe Cervacel about Cédrat Enivrant
Cédrat Enivrant: Cologne Absolue concentrated at 15%
Top notes : Moroccan cedrat, lime from Mexico, bergamot from Calabria
Heart notes : mint from China, basilic from Egypt, juniper berries from Macedonia
Base notes : tonka bean from Brazil, vetiver from Haiti, elemi from Philippines
“As the sun set on the beach, they were all together again. Full of emotions, they could not stop talking. Had it really been so long? They shared many memories and another round of French 75s with laughter and tears in their eyes. No one wanted the night to end. As the sun rose, it was a sparkling moment of absolue friendship.”
Cédrat Enivrant as a Cologne Absolue celebrates the elegance of citruses, the traditional ingredients of a cologne. For the first time, citruses are blended with the most precious raw materials in perfumery for perfectly balanced creations with outstanding lasting power thanks to very high concentration of essential oils.
• Removable pump allows for splash or spray use
• Handcrafted leather cap for 200 and 100 ml
Made in France
As I said, I had a chance to try Cédrat Enivrant on my own. I love this scent. I am a citrus fan but I like scents that are long-lasting and also have supporting notes that make them interesting. Cédrat Enivrant is all that and lots more. The lime and bergamot help give the opening notes clean crisp citrus. The heart note of mint really makes a difference in the scent’s evolution. I love it. The crispness makes it just feel so relaxing while the juniper berries do give it a bit of a twist like gin! The dry-down is lovely! I am not usually a fan of Tonka Bean but married with the vetiver and elemi and I found mix to be quite appealing. This is a scent I wear for days and I love how it evolves from first spray to end of the day!
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