Galloway has been christened after the white robust horse that was discovered in the 18th century in the deep valleys of South Scotland. According to Scottish equestrian experts, Galloway gained worldwide renown owing to its imposing stature and spectacular trotting.
Providing a fitting source of inspiration for Parfums De Marly's latest fragrance, the superior shape of this grand stallion was entirely adapted to the harsh climate and the rocky mountains of Scotland. The perfume boasts of top notes of Hesperides and moves on to become more sensual with the combination of amber and musk. All in all, the divine mixture of notes brings out an elegant and forceful signature.
« A cocktail of citrus and pepper mellowed with orange blossom and enveloped in musk and amber for an elegant and sensual olfactory signature ».
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