Jacques Fath Green Water Parfum


An aromatic citrus with a mint heart.

  • Fresh and invigorating.
  • Impressive longevity.
  • Yum! A cooling daiquiri!
  • Unisex.

Made in France.

Size: 1.7 oz / 50 ml

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Green Water, an aromatic citrus, inspired by the original 1946 version but with a contemporary twist. A refreshing combination led by clean and fresh neroli notes with bergamot, mandarin and orange. The second element of Green Water comes from the different varieties of mints glorifying the heart. Basil and tarragon bring the distinctive anise seed scent to the middle note. Aromatic and fine vetiver along with oak moss sensually melt with noble notes of musks and grey amber infusion for a long lasting dry-down.

Olfactory Pyramid

    Top: Neroli, Bergamote, Mandarine, Orange, Lemon

    Middle: Basilic, Mint, Clove, Tarragon

    Base: Vetiver, Oak Moss, Ambergris, Musk

About Jaques Fath…

Jacques Fath was born in France in 1912. Fascinated by fashion since his early years, the young designer opens his first Couture house in Paris in 1937. His unique and glamorous style brings him immediate success. Known for dressing the “young Chic Parisian “, Jacques Fath attracts well-known and wealthy clients. Hubert de Givenchy, Guy Laroche and Valentino Garavani – all worked as assistants in his atelier and later would form their own Fashion Houses. The perfumes’ saga begins with the launch of Chasuble in 1945. Later with the creation of Iris Gris and Green Water in collaboration with perfumer Vincent Roubert, Jacques Fath Perfumes become legend.

The spirit of Jacques Fath perfumes is captured today within the Fath’s Essentials Collection, its contemporary design and emblematic codes. It all started when passionate perfume lovers met: Rania Naim, art director of Jacques Fath Parfums, Cécile Zarokian, talented perfumer and Luca Maffei, rising star of niche perfumery.