Launched in the 1990s, the Pasha de Cartier fragrance has sailed a sea of serene elegance with detached charm ever since. It is a great "fern" classic with strong seductive power whose woody patchouli drive Cartier would galvanise ten years later with a touch of citrus freshness in the Édition noire. On the starting line, the latest Édition noire sport accelerates the speed of this high-performing masculine fragrance. The thrill of the open seas, a gust of invigorating accords, honeydew and citrus, blow a sea air over this perfume anchored in deep olfactory memories from earth, sandalwood, amber and cedar. Infused with nautical energy, the bottle of this Édition noire sport is a regatta of Cartier codes with the Trinity ring, gadroons and cabochon. Shaded from red to black, it bursts forth, a glass meteor with ergonomic lines cut for elegance and sporting success.