|Perfume Name||By Kilian In the Garden of Good and Evil - Playing With the Devil|
|Strength||Eau de parfum, edp|
|Notes||Blood orange, blackcurrant, white peach, lychee, pepper, pimento, cedar, sandalwood, patchouli, rose, jasmine, tonka, benzoin and vanilla|
|Country of Origin||France|
The fourth fragrance in the Garden of Good and Evil line is Playing With the Devil. Here, as with the rest of the series, he uses the concept of good and evil as inspiration for a modern fruit-led composition. And as with the three previous scents in the series, naughty always wins out.
Kilian Hennessy launched By Kilian in 2007. Yup, the Cognac Hennessy, grandson to the founder of Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton Group, he followed his interest in scent, writing his thesis on the semantics of odors. After spending time with leading perfumers, he launched By Kilian with the Collection L'oeuvre Noire (Black Masterpiece) series. There are now 10 fragrances in that series. The over-the-top marketing copy drew a lot of criticism in the early part of his launch, but the gorgeous packaging - black lacquer boxes and black bottles - started to win us over, as did the artistry of the fragrances.
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