Dedicated to creating majestic fragrances for its discerning, renowned perfumer audience, Parfums de Marly continues to use the equestrian arena as inspiration for its exquisite fragrances.
The brand's latest offering, Galloway, has been named after the robust white horse that was discovered in the deep valleys of southern Scotland in the 18th century. According to Scottish equestrian experts, Galloway gained worldwide fame thanks to his imposing stature and spectacular trot.
Providing a fitting source of inspiration for Parfums De Marly's latest fragrance, the superior form of this great stallion was fully adapted to the harsh climate and rocky mountains of Scotland.
The perfume boasts the top notes of Hesperides and becomes more sensual with the combination of amber and musk. In short, the divine blend of notes brings out an elegant and forceful signature.