“Truth is…Baie 19 should have been called Water 19. Not that it smells like nothing (though nothing smells like it), but it has this crisp, wet, drenched effect that water gives to the earth after the rain… And there’s a word for that, by the way: petrichor. It’s that magical feeling during heavy rain after a long dry spell, and it’s one of the most beautiful olfactive phenomena in nature.”
Notes: dry juniper berry, patchouli, green leaves, ambroxan, musk… all soaked by a beautiful, luminous, magnetic rain after a long drought.
A crisp, wet eau de parfum that captures how the air smells after a heavy rain on dry earth.
What it does: Baie 19 captures the oil secretions from certain plants, accumulated after a long dry period. The dry juniper berry, the patchouli, the green leaves—all soaked by a beautiful, luminous magnetic rain that comes after a drought.