"A fragrance for wandered drawn to wide-open spaces." (Jean-Claude Ellena)
A contraction of 'rug' and the french words 'a barres' meaning striped, this men's novel takes its inspiration from traditional horse rugs made in the Hermes workshops, with blue and red stripes on a saffron background. From the hand of Gilles Romey in 1998, Rocabar reveals its most powerful facets in tones of wood, balms and resins, underscored by the full-bodied notes of cypress in its sillage.
"Feeling the earth, lying on the ground, gazing at the sky" (Jean-Claude Ellena)
Terre d'Hermes is a symbolic narrative, revolving around a raw material and its metamorphosis. A novel that expresses the alchemical power of the elements. A water somewhere between the earth and the sky. A journey imbued with strength and poetry. Woody, vegetal, mineral.