Terre d’Hermes Eau Givrée Explores A New Territory Of Emotions

The fragrance captures the blossoming of a constantly renewed life

Terre d’Hermes Eau Givrée Explores A New Territory Of Emotions

Terre d’Hermes is one of the all-time classic perfumes. It is one of those cult scents that at some point in your life, you owned a flacon and at another point in time, you dreamed if only you had got another. Hermes has launched a new version of the famous Terre d’Hermes that explores new territory and challenges the idea of freshness.

Terre d’Hermes Eau Givrée is created by Christine Nagel. The prelude is radiant, as the incisive freshness of citron, juniper berry, and Timut pepper vibrate on the skin, bringing the air of optimism. The powerful sensation of an icy breeze suddenly speaks out in perfect harmony. The two distinct notes of mineral and woody notes concentrate on creating a pure and highly distinctive elegance. The two notes harmoniously nourish each other before an unexpected icy tremor brings forth the fusion of material, creating a paradoxical harmony.

“With this new creation, I wanted to challenge the idea that freshness is synonymous with a certain lightness,” said Christine Nagel, “I sought to express the intense freshness of a land covered with ice, and the fusion of these two elements, a source of primary, regenerative energy for men.”

Eau Givrée expresses the primal Terre, where nature is awakening from its torpor, quivering with energy, and revitalized by a life-giving stream. The scent is a reminder that freshness can also sit in harmony with surprise to create a vital force far removed from timidity.

The refillable bottle comes with a frosted look, giving the impression that it was cut from ice and features pure and limpid proportions. The bottle features the classic H at the base and references the lineage of the cult bottle.

Terre d’Hermes Eau Givrée reveals a new obscured territory, a terra incognita, that is still preserved and protected from the world’s reverberations, where life reasserts itself.

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