Eau Fraîche is a walk through the fields of Grasse at dawn, only this field of your imagination isn't one of the carefully cultivated fields we see in photographs. Instead, it's wild as the wind with everything growing in unruly tangles of stems, petals, and branches. In Eau Fraîche, the grassy-lemony verbena plays a starring role, and the notes that surround it -- rosemary, thyme, and lavender in particular -- show how elegant nature can be, even when she is left to run wild. Notes include verbena, yellow mandarin, lavender, white thyme, rosemary, lilac, vetiver, white cedar, white musks, and ambergris.
Isabelle Michaud attended the renowned ISIPCA perfume institute in Versailles, where she acquired the perfume "savoir-faire" that would allow her to bring Monsillage to life. The company was born two years later -- the result of a somewhat disorienting life path that has achieved, much like a spinning top, surprising balance.