17 thoughts on “Ganymede by Marc-Antoine Barrois is Perfume Poetry.”

  1. Ganymede was a strange one for me – I almost bought a bottle on the spot when I first smelled the opening, but luckily I was able to get a sample because it did not agree with me later. It had a hollowness and I found it metallic at first and then plasticky. What’s your experience with this fragrance?

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    1. I like it but I understand what you are saying. I heard other people with similar experiences. For me it’s ok but I wonder if it’s the immortale mixing in with the mineral notes. Maybe some vanilla will smooth it out. BTW still waiting for you on WordPress! Big fragrance community there! And you can see all my bottles!

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      1. I got the thought behind! That’s why the read was more interesting. I guess Ganymede is Jupiter’s largest moon.

        Will Jupiter ever let you escape from the world of imagination? 😀

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