L'Artisan Champs des Baies captures a blackberry tree in the early morning, just before a heat wave. In this tangle of wild blackberries and unexpected raspberries, fresh sorbet-like notes of Japanese nashi pear and an accord of rose rhubarb and bergamot bark which evokes a large glass of iced tea, causes the composition to seem like it is drenched in water. It has additional notes of jasmine, white musk, amber, cedar and patchouli. Champs des Baies is an eau de cologne, edc. This fragrance was released in 2018, created by Eveyne Boulanger.
From Colognoisseur - "It opens with a compelling rhubarb and pear top accord. Mme Boulanger allows some of the sulfurous aspects of rhubarb to contrast with the crisp pear. This flows into a duet of blackberries and raspberries. The latter have been one of my least favorite berry notes in perfume. One of the reasons is the raspberry usually runs riot within compositions. Here it is excellently balanced with the blackberry in an odd way freshening it up. Then Mme Boulanger provides a cool morning breeze of white musks carrying along some patchouli to represent the earth the berries are growing in."