lily of the valley - lily of the valley | Violet Tea

lily of the valley - lily of the valley | Violet Tea

lily of the valley - lily of the valley | Violet Tea

Since I tried Ciel d'Opale last year, I did not see the Ciel d'Opale time to meet the other two members of the Ann Gerard Parfum fragrance collection (composed by Bertrand Duchaufour) : Perle de Mousse and < strong> Cuir de Nacre . I recently did it. What can I say? Ah, I know !: Please do not force me to choose just one favorite among them!

I can not understand what happens to my rational side when it comes to smelling the compositions of the Sr . Duchaufour . So far, I have not tried a single fragrance of it that I did not like. There is always something of its style that surprises, it is timeless and modern at the same time. In the case of this particular eau de parfum (Perle de Mousse) can be seen in an amazing and unique fusion of citrus with green and floral notes. > When smelling from the bottle, the initial perception is freshness, sweetness and shadows. It is a cold solemnity, like the dense and deep shelter that abundant foliage offers in summer. The generous dose of green mandarin and aldehydes adds some vibrations to the dark notes of ivy and galbanum just like the sunbeams opening timidly through the thicket.

This perfume belongs to the Green Cyprus family. Certainly, because despite having a cheerful-eccentric, sweet, floral-appearance also bears the distinguishing mark of his relatives: a - cold, green, distant - mysterious attitude. And yes, even without oak moss! * You can read more about the cyprus family and restrictions on the use of oak moss here

Ann Gerard Parfum Perle de Mousse

Origin of sample: Discovery Kit No1 purchased from LuckyScent. - Citrus ivy

Since I first sampled Ciel d'Opale last year, I kept looking forward to the other two integrants of the Ann Gerard Parfum : Perle de Mousse and Cuir de Nacre . I did it recently. What can I say? Oh, I got it: Please, do not force me to choose only one of them!

I can not understand what happens with my rational side when it comes to Mr. Duchaufour 's compositions. So far, I have not smelled a single fragrance from him that I did not like.There is always something surprising, timeless and modern at the same time about his style. For example, in this particular eau de parfum (Perle de Mousse) it is possible to appreciate an amazing and unique fusion of citrus, floral and green notes.

lily of the valley - lily of the valley | Violet Tea
lily of the valley - lily of the valley | Violet Tea

Sniffing from the bottle the initial perception is one of freshness, sweetness and shadows. It is a cold solemnity, like the deep and dense shelter that abundant foliage gives in summer. The generous dose of green mandarine and aldehydes adds some vibrations to the darkness of ivy and galbanum notes, similar to rays of sunshine timidly making their way through the thicket.

This perfume belongs to the green chypre family. Truly, because despite having a cheerful -citrus, sweet, floral- appearance it has the trademark of its relatives: a-cello, green, distant- mysterious attitude. And yes, even without oakmoss!

(*) You can read more about chypre family and oakmoss restrictions . >

Origin of sample: Discovery Kit No1 purchased from LuckyScent.

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