Korrigan Eau de Parfum
In the Armorican countryside the Korrigans frolic at night. They come to harvest juniper berries and wild beechnuts. Then, in dark caves, they distil barley into spellbinding spirits, spicing them with saffrom, musking them with ambrette, scenting them with lavender. During the solstice festivals, they all drink their elixirs out of leather pouches, causing bodies and souls to capsize.
Galaad was launched in 2012. The nose behind this fragrance is Delphine Thierry. Top notes are cardamom, cypress and rosemary; middle notes are myrhh, honey and copahu balm; base notes are agarwood (oud), atlas cedar, cypriol oil or nagarmotha and tobacco.