ÆTHER CREATES CONCEPTUAL FRAGRANCES USING THE FINEST SYNTHETIC MOLECULES TO HONOUR THE UNDERLYING FOUNDATIONS OF THE MODERN PERFUMERY. TODAY, ÆTHER LAUNCHES 4 NEW FRAGRANCES BASED ON THE ICONS OF SYNTHETICS REDEFINING CONTEMPORARY PERFUMERY ACCUMULATING AND INTERMINGLING EMBLEMATIC MOLECULES. BY ENCAPSULATING ISO E SUPER (SUPÆR), CASHMERAN (HYPÆR), AMBROXAN (XTRÆM) AND ALDAMBRE (ULTRÆ) IN NEW CREATIONS THAT CAN BE LAYERED TOGETHER, OR COMBINED WITH ONE’S OWN FAVOURITE FRAGRANCE, OR USED AS A SEPARATELY, THESE FRAGRANCES LEAD TO A MULTITUDE OF OPTIONS. A SERIES BRINGING RADICALLY SIMPLIFIED CUSTOMIZATION WITH MOLECULES TO A NEW LEVEL.
[Etε: r]. Aether borrowed from classical Latin / Ancient Greek Αἰθήρ/ Aithếr / from αἴθω / aíthô "burn" / spiritus aethereus / aithêr (« Pure Air, Aether ») (Encyclop. and Encyclop. Brit., Sv ether).
II.− [Speaking of a chemically defined body]
[CHEMISTRY] Very volatile spirit obtained by distilling a mixed acid with alcohol.
[MEDICINE] colourless liquid with a characteristic odour, used in industry as a solvent and in medicine as an antispasmodic, antiseptic and anaesthetic.
In particular. (Ether used as a narcotic) You will need some preparation, that is to say a certain habit, to feel in all their completeness the singular effects of ether (...) different from the effects of hashish, the effects of opium and morphine (Guy Maupassant. Tales and news., vol. 2, Dreams, 1882). Compound. Addicted to ether, substitute. Masculine. Whoever makes use of ether as a narcotic. « A veritable atmosphere of mass hysteria amongst epileptics and ether addicts » (Huysmans, Là-bas, t. 2, 1891) Show More