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Friday, April 4, 2014

Petit Guerlain c2014

Petit Guerlain by Guerlain: reformulated by Thierry Wasser due to restrictions placed on the original's ingredients and relaunched in 2014.

Fragrance Composition:

So what does it smell like? This eau de toilette is a reformulated version of the original Petit Guerlain children's fragrance from 1994.
  • Top notes: orange blossom, anise and green notes
  • Middle notes: mimosa, honey
  • Base notes: pistachio accord and white musk


Available in 250ml white bee flacons, the girl's bottles will be trimmed with a decorative baby pink ribbon and label, while the boy's bottle will be trimmed with a baby blue ribbon and label. Small purse bottles will also be available for sale. This fragrance is only available at the flagship store of Maison Guerlain and retails for 250€ and in Harrod's for £215.

Original Petit Guerlain Composition:
  • Top notes: bergamot, orange, lemon
  • Middle notes: lavender, mimosa, jasmine, rose
  • Base notes: vanilla, tonka

The original version was available in eau de toilette as well as an alcohol-free version, Eau de Senteur.

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