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Thursday, February 14, 2013

Shalimar Parfum Initial L'Eau Si Sensuelle c2013

Shalimar Parfum Initial L'Eau Si Sensuelle: created in 2013 by Thierry Wasser, as a new limited edition collector's flacon. The scent has not been changed.

Fragrance Composition:

So what does it smell like? It opens with luminous citrusy notes of sparkling bergamot and grapefruit peel over dynamic fresh green notes. The heart notes are punctuated with neroli blossom, elegant jasmine. The base reveals itself with the marriage of powdery iris and Bulgarian rose embraced by sensual tonka, white musk and vanilla.
  • Top notes: bergamot, grapefruit peel, green notes
  • Middle notes: neroli blossom, jasmine
  • Base notes: iris, Bulgarian rose, tonka, white musk, vanilla


Housed in a matte glass flacon redolent of frosted, ice covered windows during a wintry storm, its neck adorned with a necklace of fluffy pink feathers.

  • 40ml eau de toilette 
  • 60ml eau de toilette (€58.00 retail) 
  • 100ml eau de toilette

Fate of the Fragrance:

Discontinued in 2015.

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