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Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Angelique Noire by Guerlain c2005

Angelique Noire by Guerlain: launched in 2005 as part of the L’Art et la Matière collection. Created by Daniela (Roche) Andrier.







From Guerlain:
Angelique Noire coyly blends the freshness of angelica, the luminosity of bergamot and the smooth, feminine sweetness of vanilla. It is made for the woman who should not be underestimated; although seemingly shy at first, she may just be the one to steal the first kiss!

So what does it smell like?It is classified as a floral oriental perfume.
  • Top notes: angelica seeds, bergamot, pink berries, pear
  • Heart notes: jasmine sambac, caraway, spices, almond
  • Base notes: vanilla, angelica roots, cedar


About L'Art et la Matiére:

L'Art et la Matiere is a collection of rare perfumes that capture the world's most luxurious raw materials with vision and daring. "Matière" means "material" in French. The name of the line is actually a pun on the French expression "L'Art et la manière". It's used when you talk about there being a certain "correct" way of doing things, with "art and manner".

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