For the first time, gardenia is reinterpreted in a male fragrance in Sir Gallahad by Isabey. The idea is to take a different olfactory path that reveals itself resolutely creative.
The fragrance’s innovation is triggered by the gentle memory of salty skin as it emerges from the sea with the distant fruit promise of tangerine trees. It then opens into a pure heart, built around a main flower: the gardenia, caught between richness and simplicity. The opulent scent of blond tobacco is then revealed on the skin.
Sir Gallahad was first created in 1924. The origin of this name refers to the myth of the Knights of the Round Table. Sir Gallahad was known as the “Perfect Knight” for his courage, kindness, courtesy and chivalry. The contemporary version of Sir Gallahad is dedicated to brave, determined and generous modern adventurers. This woody, fleshy fragrance, composed of gardenia flowers and blond tobacco, reveals the modernity and boldness of the Isabey brand.