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Friday, June 3, 2016

Shalimar Souffle de Parfum Collector Flacon c2016

Shalimar Souffle de Parfum Collector Flacon: launched in 2016 as a limited edition collector's bottle, the fragrance remains the same.






From Guerlain:
"Time for a limited edition Guerlain Shalimar Souffle de Parfum famous "Holi", the Indian festival of colors, and is adorned with an explosion of blue pigments. A modern, boldly decorated like a colorful breath for this fragrant creation of extreme sensuality. Inspired by Jacques Guerlain fabulous Indian love, Shalimar is a tribute to the land of his roots. 
Floriental tender.
Fresh, bright, cocooning.
Shalimar Souffle de Parfum flies on bright citrus notes and sparkling bergamot, lemon and mandarin. 
Heart, bright, leaves room for Indian Sambac jasmine brewed associated with an absolute unpublished note of orange blossom water. 
Background, vanilla from India and Tahiti exalts a delicate sensuality, while an overdose of white musk reveals its addictive and enveloping facet. 
To sublimate orange blossom honey and give it a purpose, Thierry Wasser has used the absolute of orange blossom water. This absolute comes from a very specific treatment. A first step, distillation, produces orange blossom water, then, extraction, used to take the
valuable absolute . This powerful absolute strengthens the floral scent of the fragrance."

Available as 50ml Eau de Toilette for 102,00 €

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