L'Atelier Bohême, an artisan perfume house from France has just released their latest creation called Immortelle Eau de Parfum which was composed for Festiv'Art 2006. It takes its inspiration from the symbolism of cultic birds from the Roman Antiquity to honor the city of Evreux (Gisacum in Latin) and, in particular, from that of the peacock symbol of immortality and an attribute of the Roman Goddess Juno...
To evoke the symbol of the peacock, Immortelle was composed using notes of mandarin of Brazil and Italian bergamot for the head notes to render the vivacity of the colors of the peacock's feathers. The heart is made of a light floral - light as a feather of course - and pomegranate, another attribute of Juno which is also a symbol of fertility. Base notes are an ambre accord whose powderiness and softness are evocative of the texture of the peacock's feathers and finally, the note that gives its name to the perfume, Immortelle from Corsica.
The fragrance retails for 52 Euros for a 100 ml flacon adorned with a wax seal.
You can find more information on the L'Atelier Bohême site.