Guerlain Jardin De Bagatelle Eau de Toilette tells a story of white flowers. Its name and its bottle are an allusion to the wager made between the Count of Artois, the brother of Louis XVI, and Queen Marie-Antoinette, to build a castle on the site of a ruined cottage in the Bois de Boulogne, all in under ten weeks. Joyful, Luminous, Daring. Notes include bergamot, jasmine, gardenia, tuberose and neroli with woody base notes. Recently repackaged in the beautiful classic Guerlain bee bottle.