JAZZ and its musical option is a celebration of life, rich in encounters and in culture, the premises of multi-ethnicity, a world where opposites are joined by the happy medium. Virility and strength, both perceptible from the first few notes, reflect fresh and vibrant masculinity carried by coriander. The theme broadens out and takes on an unsuspected dimension, rather like a jazz score where the central theme leaves so much scope for improvisation and originality. Geranium gives a masculine floral touch then very quickly the whole mood changes with artemisia and cypress, which deliver the measure of a warmer, more intelligent man with a great aesthetic sense, able to play with a more intimate score, riskier certainly, but more subtle. With JAZZ, the classic fern harmony becomes increasingly singular and evolves into more somber and mysterious moods with patchouli. In the image of the man who reveals all his inner wealth and paradoxes. Key notes: Coriander, geranium, artemisia, cypress, patchouli.