Vocalise Les Eaux Extravagantes by Maitre Parfumeur et Gantier Perfume.
First released in 2011, Vocalise Les Eaux Extravagantes by Maitre Parfumeur et Gantier ("Master Perfumer and Glovemaker") is a jasmine-infused reprise of the original Vocalise from 1993. Both were made in collaboration with perfumer Jean-Paul Millet Lage. The newer scent is a red fruit fusion of black current and ripe red berries. This sweet introduction blends into an irresistible, sensual floral heart of ylang-ylang,
angelica rose petals and intoxicating jasmine absolute. The base notes are an unusual yet compelling blend of sandalwood, vanilla and amber wreathed in smoke and musk.
Established in 1988 by Jean Laporte, Maitre Parfumeur et Gantier is a French perfume house that takes its inspiration from the great olfactory artists of 17th century Paris. The first scents were released in 1988: Freesia d'Or and Fraiche Passiflore for women. Contemporary fragrances are made in collaboration with perfumers Jean-Paul Millet Lage, Jeanne-Marie Faugier, Nicolas de Barry and Jean-Francois Laporte.