High perfumery has said everything there is about fruit. But vegetables? Who would dare? The answer comes from L’Artisan Parfumeur, which has always stamped its path with singularity. A guiding principle, dictated by founder Jean Laporte over 50 years ago, and embraced today by the greatest noses working with the famous house. Among them, the audacious Quentin Bisch. Cauliflower, fennel, tomato, pea, or beetroot, the green vegetable garden of this mischievous perfumer is full of surprises and sets up a new dialogue between our senses. If the exercise is perilous, when it is successful, it leaves a lasting impression on the hearts of those who dare to try it.