Pascal Rolland is the
He reintroduced the absinthe liquor into France, ending a ban on the “green fairy” and then turned to creating perfumes: Pascal Rolland is the Absolument Parfumeur. Between 1915 and 1999, absinthe, the liquor favoured by the poets and artists of Belle Epoque Paris, was banned, due to its ravaging effect on the brain, but after almost a century of prohibition, Pascal Rolland brought it back, with the Versinthe absinthe in 1999. In search of new sensations, he then took another step and created the first perfume with absinthe, Absolument absinthe, in 2005, becoming the first liquor-maker perfumeur. Now dedicating himself fully to fragrances with the Absolument Parfumeur brand, Pascal Rolland has the mission to create exceptional perfumes with the dream of finding the sublime perfume, the “Absolu d’Absolument”.