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Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Paradis Interdit c2011

Paradis Interdit: created in 2011, exclusive, limited edition. To compose the new perfume, Thierry Wasser, drew his inspiration from the book of formulas containing the secrets of Guerlain perfumes for over 180 years. Forbidden Paradise, a name loaded with wonders and mysteries.

Fragrance Composition:

So what does it smell like? It is classified as a floral fragrance for women.
  • Top-notes: aldehydes, rose berries and mandarin
  • Middle-notes: jasmine, gardenia and ylang-ylang
  • Base notes: vetiver, labdanum, tonka bean, honey, sandalwood and white musk

Bottle:

The 245ml Baccarat "L'Abeille Aux Ailes Or" flacon bottle features beautifully hand painted 18 carat gold wings, only 57 numbered pieces are produced and sold worldwide, for $25,000 US dollars.





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