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Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Shalimar Ode de la Vanille c2010

Shalimar Ode de la Vanille: launched in 2010 and created by Thierry Wasser as a limited edition Shalimar flanker scent.

Showcasing Shalimar's iconic base note, Ode de la Vanille is comprised up of two varietal essences, tienture de vanille from Mayotte, and Absolute de Vanille from Madagascar.

Fragrance Composition:

So what does it smell like? It is classified as an oriental vanilla fragrance for women.
  • Top notes: bergamot
  • Middle notes: exotic spices
  • Base notes: sandalwood, resins, Madagascan vanilla absolute and Mayotte vanilla tincture


The fragrance is housed inside of the updated Chauve Souris bottle, designed by Jade Jagger.

Shalimar Ode A La Vanille is available in the following:
  • 50ml Eau De Parfum

Fate of the Fragrance:


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