Neroli, galbanum, French cypress and bergamot.
Orange blossom, jasmine absolute, clove buds and rose water.
Florentine orris, vetiver, white cedar wood and Oiselet de Chypre accord (a 17th century resinous amber accord based on labdanum).
June 1660, Isle of Pheasants, Basque region, on the French-Spanish border.
To ensure peace between them, two Royal Courts converge at a richly-appointed pavilion built of freshly cut Pine and Cedar wood. From the French side, in a golden aura of Iris, Rose and Jasmine, emerges a young Louis XIV, all starched and composed, eager to catch a glimpse of his new bride, the Infanta Maria Teresa.