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Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Le Jardin de Mon Curé c1895

Le Jardin de Mon Curé: (the garden of my parish priest/my Father's Garden), created for women by Jacques Guerlain in 1895. It was made in memory of walks that Jacques was doing with his grandfather when he was a child.

Fragrance Composition:

What does it smell like? It is classified as a aromatic floral fragrance.
  • Top notes: anise, neroli, lemon, carnation
  • Middle notes: jasmine, rose, violet, absinthe, clove, verbena
  • Base notes: styrax, civet 


Jardin de Mon Cure was originally presented in the Flacon Plat and was later presented in the quadrilobe flacon in 1938 with the Marly horse label.

Fate of the Fragrance:

Still sold around 1941. Currently discontinued.

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