Dedicated to the writer of Satires, bawdy jokes, and songs, Francois Rabelais was also a physician, a monk, a scholar, a humanist - basically your all around quintessential Renaissance Man.
The Webster dictionary defines Rabelaisian as something that is marked by gross robust humor or extravagance of caricature.
Enter L'Humaniste - Frapin's celebration of Rebelais' life. The party starts with a burst of pink and yellow confetti from citrusy lemon, bergamot, and berries. The crowd gets fired up with spicy notes of nutmeg, pepper, and cardamom. But don't worry, the fire is doust out with a cold splash of Gin!
Rebelais, himself, couldn't help but have a good time wearing this joyful scent.
Top Notes: Lemon, Bergamot, Cardamom, Pink Berries, Black Pepper
Heart Notes: Juniper, Nutmeg, Thyme, Peony
Base Notes: Gin, Oak Moss, Tonka Bean