Guerlain Mitsouko EDT 5ml
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Guerlain Mitsouko EDT 5ml

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Fragrance Notes

Top Notes: 
Bergamot, Rose, Jasmine, Citruses
Middle Notes: 
Peach, Ylang-Ylang, Lilac, Rose, Jasmine
Base Notes: 
Oakmoss, Spices, Vetiver, Cinnamon, Amber
Guerlain Mitsouko EDT 5ml
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Mitsouko Eau de Toilette by Guerlain is a Chypre Fruity perfume for women. Mitsouko Eau de Toilette became released in 1919. The nose at the back of this perfume is Jacques Guerlain.

Top notes are Bergamot, Jasmine, Rose and Citruses;
Center notes are Peach, Rose, Ylang-Ylang, Lilac and Jasmine;
Base notes are Oakmoss, Cinnamon, Spices, Vetiver and Amber.

Mitsouko was created through Jacques Guerlain in 1919. The introduction of Mitsouko became stimulated by the heroine of Claude Farrčre's novel 'La bataille', a tale of an not possible love among Mitsouko, the spouse of Japanese Admiral Togo, and a British officer. The tale takes place in 1905, at some point of the battle among Russia and Japan. Both guys went to battle, and Mitsouko, hiding her emotions with dignity, waits for the final results of the war to find out which of the 2 guys will come back to her and be her companion.

Mitsouko is mysterious perfume, now no longer permitting every body to see its beauty. The beginning is long, like a play of all stunning notes, and, of course, this perfume isn't for normal day use. On the pores and skin it sounds as though it starts from some distance away, with none allusion to its depth and sensual side. But it additionally has a note of a juicy peach, which offers a clean and pretty connoisseur nuance. The perfume is exuberant, uncommon and elegant, now no longer too sweet, nor heavy, it's far nicely balanced. Eau de Toilette is a lot sharper, whilst Eau de Perfume is warmer and nicer. The complete richness of the composition, however, is discovered best in the fragrance concentration.

The bottle has the identical form as the one of Heure Bleue (1912).
Guerlain Mitsouko EDT 5ml Rare
Mitsouko Eau de Toilette by Guerlain is a Chypre Fruity perfume for women. Mitsouko Eau de Toilette became released in 1919. The nose at the back of this perfume is Jacques Guerlain.

Top notes are Bergamot, Jasmine, Rose and Citruses;
Center notes are Peach, Rose, Ylang-Ylang, Lilac and Jasmine;
Base notes are Oakmoss, Cinnamon, Spices, Vetiver and Amber.

Mitsouko was created through Jacques Guerlain in 1919. The introduction of Mitsouko became stimulated by the heroine of Claude Farrčre's novel 'La bataille', a tale of an not possible love among Mitsouko, the spouse of Japanese Admiral Togo, and a British officer. The tale takes place in 1905, at some point of the battle among Russia and Japan. Both guys went to battle, and Mitsouko, hiding her emotions with dignity, waits for the final results of the war to find out which of the 2 guys will come back to her and be her companion.

Mitsouko is mysterious perfume, now no longer permitting every body to see its beauty. The beginning is long, like a play of all stunning notes, and, of course, this perfume isn't for normal day use. On the pores and skin it sounds as though it starts from some distance away, with none allusion to its depth and sensual side. But it additionally has a note of a juicy peach, which offers a clean and pretty connoisseur nuance. The perfume is exuberant, uncommon and elegant, now no longer too sweet, nor heavy, it's far nicely balanced. Eau de Toilette is a lot sharper, whilst Eau de Perfume is warmer and nicer. The complete richness of the composition, however, is discovered best in the fragrance concentration.

The bottle has the identical form as the one of Heure Bleue (1912).