Wednesday, 24 December 2014

Une Belle Journée Review

A berried-floral, Une Belle Journée starts off with a fresh, ozonic citrus accord linking to a red-purple heart of rose/geranium and violets. The latter’s sweetness is augmented with notes of cassis and musty, concord grape before ending up smelling principally of woodsy, celery-salty Hedione. 

Nose: Paul Emilien
House: Paul Emilien
Release date: 2014
Notes (per Fragrantica): lime, Turkish rose, mint, iris, mandarin orange, violet leaf, pink pepper, peony, rose, immortelle, geranium, jasmine, leather, oakmoss.

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