Created by Jacques Guerlain in 1906, Après L'Ondée is a celebration of the fine weather that follows the rain.
In this bouquet of powdery flowers, Jacques Guerlain orchestrated its floral note around violet, iris and vanilla nuances.
This discreet fragrance of absolute romance is presented in a spray bottle inspired by the original Bee Bottle of the Eau de Cologne Impériale, covered in 69 iconic bees of the Empire.
Tender, delicate, subtle.
Composed in nuances and half-shades, Après l'Ondée opens on aniseed notes and continues with a powdery-spicy floral bouquet whose scent evokes a stroll through the dewy underbrush.
Guerlain creations each have their own story and sometimes strong similarities. This is the case of Après l'Ondée and L'Heure Bleue, two countryside fragrances inspired by the beauty of a moment and a photograph of nature. Created six years earlier, Après l'Ondée has a more watercolour and pastel aspect than L'Heure Bleue.