Louis Vuitton L'Immensite was released in 2018, created by Jacques Cavallier. Notes of grapefruit, ginger, bergamot, water notes, sage, rosemary, geranium, ambroxan, amber and labdanum
From the brand - "A crackling whisper of ginger brightened by the bitterness of grapefruit and softened by an addictive and sensual amber note. The promise of new horizons, like a fresh page waiting to invent a new life."
Louis Vuitton is a French luxury fashion company - famous for their gorgeous and distinctive bags and the LV monogram. Founded in 1854, it was folded into LMVH, which has the brands of Moet et Chandon, Hennessy and Louis Vuitton.
Reddit - "Ballroom-style tuxedo elegance, citrus fruit grown in perfect conditions, sweetness only to be licked by the gods. Dry down: Leaves of the citrus fruits, muskiness from the ecosystem of life surrounding the plants from which these fruits grow, candy."
Fragrantica - " I have gotten compliments from complete strangers saying it smells amazing. Just today, at a doctor appointment, about 3 hours after spraying it, the receptionist was gushing over the smell (through her mask) while I was standing 6 feet away. It is not a challenging scent, and it is definitely a crowd-pleaser, but one of the highest quality. There are other scents out their that are fairly similar, but not quite as good. I really enjoy this one and if you're looking for a fresh spicy spring/summer scent this could be your jam."
Fragrantica - "People, especially women, will notice you in the air and they love it from my experience, it’s clean sharp smelling but with a musky dirty touch that gives it an edge over a basic woody aromatic/ chypre like BdC or Aventus. On skin it lasts the whole day, projects for a couple of hours quite strongly (probably even longer since we all underestimate ambroxan’s sillage power). On clothes it lasts days.
It is an expensive purchase but this is one of the few fragrances I have actually repurchased (refilled at half price) coming from a maniac who has bought everything from basic blue scents to Rojas and Clive Christians."