Absinthe Gaïac is a bold scent that invariably leads to a sense of inner freedom. The legendary herb Absinthe, with its gray-green leaves, fascinates and intrigues. An unexpected duet of slightly bitter Absinthe combined with a sensual woody note of Gayak. Absinthe Gaïac is majestic and inviting. The fragrance opens with an invigorating accord of bitter green notes of Absinthe and Violet leaves. A noble and generous heart is woven from Rose and Leather shades, replaced by an oriental woody sillage.

Top notes: Absinthe, Ambergris, Vetiver

Heart notes: Gayak, Leather, Violet Leaves, Nutmeg

Base notes: Musk, Patchouli, Rose

In a minimalist pastel shade, Panouge Paris's Matières Libres collection was conceived by Creative Director Ranja Naim to express the freedom of the perfumers' imagination. Following exclusively their inspiration, they combined perfume ingredients in compositions without any restrictions. The young talents Marie Schnirer and Patrice Revillard from Maelstrom took part in this daring experiment. In addition to his contribution as a perfumer, Patrice Reviyard presented all four fragrances in the form of watercolors, revealing another of his talents. Matières Libres is an expression of creativity in all its diversity.

The Matières Libres Panouge Paris collection includes four fragrances, two of which came from Marie Schnerer and two others by Patrice Reviyard. Using unexpected bright ingredients, they trusted the free flight of fantasy, far from the norms of conformity. Two key ingredients are reflected in the name of each fragrance, and the collection has combined different types of art in a single prism: fragrance, drawing, music and even cinema.