Ben Gorham, fascinated by Charles Baudelaire's work is inspired by a poem of Les fleurs du Mal" to create his last fragrance.
The poet in written a lot on the love, the sex and the death.
The sensual delight of the correspondences between perfumes and senses.
Baudelaire of Byredo express this bewitchment.
« . . . a lazy isle to which nature has given
singular trees, savory fruits,
men with bodies vigorous and slender,
and women in whose eyes shines a startling candor . . . »
(Baudelaire, Les Fleurs du Mal, Parfum Exotique, 5-8)
Top: juniper berry, black pepper, caraway
Mid: incense, hyacinth, leather
Base: papyrus, patchouli, black amber