L'Artisan will introduce Dzongkha this fall. It will be the third fragrance in the travel series that includes Bois Farine and Timbuktu, and like Timbuktu, it was created by perfumer Bertrand Duchaufour. Dzongkha was inspired by Bhutan, and more specifically by the "odors of stones and incense from the temples called Dzongs":
In the top note of Dzongkha, the freshness of peonies and the pink flavor of lychees vibrate with cardamom. The heart of the fragrance is accompanied by chai notes (spicy tea with milk) that soften the strength of wood where vetiver stands out in the fumes of incense. This intensity is accentuated by cypriol (Indian papyrus) and leather notes. Iris with its powdery bottom note symbolizes both the stony aspect and the softness of the fragrance.
Read more at ALzD Duft-Tagebuch.
Update: see a review of L'Artisan Dzongkha.
Note: image of Trongsa Dzong in Bhutan via oneworld.net.