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Monday, February 11, 2013

Mitsouko Fleur de Lotus c2009

Mitsouko Fleur de Lotus: Created in 2009 by Jean Paul Guerlain, a fragrant picture of a Japanese woman, Mitsouko, was presented with a new fragrance by the house of Guerlain - Mitsouko Fleur de Lotus.

“Mitsouko is really a masterpiece,” says Jean-Paul Guerlain, “I did not want to betray my grandfather’s, so I added a freshness to the scent with spices and white musk to give a modernity to it without changing the original scent.”

Fragrance Composition:

So what does it smell like?  It is classified as a fresh aquatic floral fragrance for women. A watery lotus flower top note sets the tone for this light and gentle fragrance that was created especially for the milder tastes of the Asian market.

  • Top notes: calone, lemon, bergamot, peach
  • Middle notes: jasmine, lotus, pepper
  • Base notes: amber, orris, musk, oak moss, sugary notes


The fragrance is available as 60ml eau de toilette ($100), although some buyers have been able to snag a 50ml bottle of the eau de toilette...

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