The perfume Pergola is a classic fougere with the dominant natural narcissus, tuberose, hay and tree moss."The Pergola is a mysterious place in London Hampstead Heath park. It’s a very poetic and romantic place. Since a young age, I discovered English literature and poetry through master Lord George Gordon Byron. His quote < I love not man less, but nature more> describes my passion and love of Nature. I love movies and theatre. I always endeavor to create perfumes that are like theatrical characters. This time Lord Narcissus and Lady Tuberosa are playing main characters." - Eglija Vaitkevice.
"Pergola opens with the most incredible rush of twisted green vegetation and instantly transports you back to the heyday of that decadent walkway. There is so much happening in here but the notes of galbanum, bergamot, and ivy are particularly spectacular. The floral heart is a swooning blend of narcissus, tuberose, and jasmine but the pergola’s passage of history is provided by an earthy pairing of patchouli and vetiver. You get a real impression of its heritage from touches of resins and moss and, whilst it’s described as a fougere, there is definitely a feeling of the most glorious aromatic chypre."- Stephan Matthews in BLOG
Bergamote, petitgrain, green notes, grass, ginger
Narcissus, tuberose, Jasminum grandiflorum, violet leaves, myrtle, Lily-of-the-Valley, English ivy, ylang-ylang, galbanum, hyacinth, Reseda
Hay absolute, clary sage, patchouli, vetiver, styrax, beeswax, tree moss