Having known the Bourrasque perfume created by Paul Vacher in 1937, Rodrigo Flores Roux admits to being inspired by the idea of reinventing this violent wind, which suddenly occurs, this tornado in a metaphorical and poetic sense. This energetic, passionate, almost sexual or animal breath. A fragrance that had to be strong, strong, strong ... It creates an initially chypre composition, seizing a strong hold of woody notes, crowned with intense floral notes. This is followed by a thorny rose, an explosive Osmanthus, a flower from India, unknown elsewhere ... shades of wet earth, referring to the storm that is coming with a crash. A deep animality, clad in leather, leaves its wake as desirable as it is disturbing. Keep out of the reach of the innocent.