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Saturday, February 9, 2013

Rose Nacree du Desert c2012

Rose Nacree du Desert: was launched in 2012. The nose behind this fragrance is Thierry Wasser. Created as part of the Les Deserts d'Orient collection, available only to the Middle Eastern market.

From Guerlain:
Rose Nacrée du Désert showcases a magnificent Persian Rose specially selected by Thierry Wasser. Its characteristic essence gives a delicate, clever feel to this composition in which oud wood with smoky and amber accents finds full expression. Subtle and voluptuous, it represents a continent where beauty is tangible from the first promise of dawn. 
The Déserts d’Orient fragrances are housed in simple, streamlined bottles gorgeously illuminated by a shower of gold, like a symbol of riches: a sign of belonging to a world in which this precious material has always been given pride of place. 
Persian rose, grown in Iran, was used in this fragrance, marking its debut in perfumery. This very woody saffron-like rose melds with an oud wood accord, composed of patchouli, gaiac wood and a dry amber note, created by Thierry Wasser. 
Ideal for men and women alike.


Fragrance Composition:


So what does it smell like? It is classified as a woody floral fragrance for men and women.
  • Top notes: saffron note, Persian rose, patchouli
  • Middle notes: cardamom, curcuma, cedar wood, oud accord
  • Base notes: myrrh, benzoin

Bottle:


Available as:
  • 75ml eau de parfum (unisex)





painting: Reclining Odalisque by Hermann Fenner Behmer




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