A hint of poetry defines the Beat Cafè fragrance, gently evoking folk rhythms and youth protests. An olfactory melody as warm and sophisticated as Bob Dylan’s music, drenched with Beat Generation’s provocative spirit. The fragrance, composed by master perfumer Dominique Ropion, exudes the fervor of these iconic places – the cafés, a symbol of this generation. The scent plays with cognac, tobacco and leather notes, all enlivened by a spicy touch of black pepper and coriander; in the dry down, the composition is wrapped in deep notes of Vetiver and Cedarwood. Beat Café is a polyhedric and multi-faceted scent that evokes the depth of an overwhelming cultural revolution.
Olfactive family: Woody Amber
Perfumer: Dominique Ropion
Smoke lingers in the air, filled with scents of cognac and leather couches. Beat Generation’s rebellious soul permeates the café. People stand up for their ideals in here, drawing a better future. A warm voice moves the heart and prays for freedom, accompanied by shrill notes of harmonica.
Top notes: Black Pepper, Coriander, Cognac accord
Middle notes: Cistus Labdanum, Black Leather, Tobacco
Base notes: Vetiver, Cedarwood, Benzoin Balm