FINAL SALE BEFORE IT IS DISCONTINUED. A light and ethereal scent of imaginary flowers chiseled from earthy ice, inspired by flower-like ice formations that magically appeared on the ground one winter day when a cold front had moved through after a rain. This is the only Olympic Orchids scent that is mostly synthetic, and intentionally so, since synthetics just seemed the appropriate medium for representing flowers made of frozen water, growing straight out of the ground. The flowers start off sharp and icy, with points like shards of glass or the filigreed arms of snowflakes, but gradually melt into a soft frothy vanilla ice confection. Fleurs de Glace features notes of galbanum, black pepper, cyclamen, airy and ozonic notes, transparent vanilla, and white musk. Released 2011.