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Saturday, February 9, 2013

L'Âme d'Un Héros c2008

L'Âme d'Un Héros: created in 2008, clearly inspired by the firm's previous release, Coriolan. Jean-Paul Guerlain's 1998 creation Coriolan, born of the legendary conquests of the great Roman warrior Coriolanus, gets a new deployment as L'ame d'un Heros. L'ame d'un Heros is the scent of valor.

Fragrance Composition:


So what does it smell like? It is classified as an aromatic citrus fragrance for men.
  • Top notes: sage, neroli, bergamot and lemon
  • Middle note: wormwood (absinthe), cypress, juniper berries, basil and ylang-ylang
  • Base notes: amber, patchouli, everlasting flower, balsamic notes, woodsy notes and vetiver
The fragrance is part of the Les Parisiennes Collection and available in the 125ml bee bottle.


Fate of the Fragrance:


Discontinued in 2016.



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