Atelier de Geste
Annick Goutal Songes was created by Isabelle Doyen and Camille Goutal and released in 2006. Songes means dream, and it expresses the romance of a poem through fragrance. Notes of frangipani, tiare, jasmine Sambac, ylang and French vanilla. Annick Goutal Songes is the EDT eau de toilette
Bois de Jasmin - "Annick Goutal Songes is appropriately named, because losing oneself in its warm cloud of white jasmine delicately supported by the sweet woods is not unlike being in a dream-like state, when the whole world is submerged in the haze of intense contemplation...If it were a dream, it would absorb one completely into another universe. If it were a vision, it would disarm. As a scent, Songes enchants and comforts in a delightfully seductive manner."
Fragrantica - "Someone opened a topic on the Fragrantica forums, on “vulgar perfumes”.... And someone else mentioned Songes and it’s “sweaty dirty hot crack” and I laughed to myself and I had to agree. My response was “ a languorous, voluptuous, sensually erotic, tangled in my lovers arms after a whole night of sex type of olfactory experience Songes is. I like to wear it to bed fresh out of the shower
Fragrantica: "Songes has a beautiful, heady, white floral opening with jasmine taking centre stage. It feels exotic and tropical thanks to the frangipani, and I smell something akin to tuberose. The opening is like an expensive bouquet of expertly chosen flowers - not headache-inducing, just delicious."
Death and Floral