Ferdinand Pichard, and can be found in every modern class of rose now. Twister's flowers (above) are filled with petals and are very fragrant. It also is one of the roses I can always find a flower on when I go out in the yard. Twister's vigorous, upright growth is always healthy and this is one rose I will not go without growing in my garden.
This is Scentimental, a floribunda rose bred by Tom Carruth in 1997, with large loose flowers and a wonderful spicy fragrance. I'm withholding judgement for now because I love its flowers and it blooms regularly, but it has a bit of a problem with blackspot. It is also shorter than I expected, but I will give it some time to grow up. If not then it may have a different use than I had been thinking.
Just one more picture of Twister because it is such a photogenic rose.