Saturday, 21 March 2015

Melkmeisje Review

Named after the famously broad-shouldered, thick-armed subject of Vermeer’s homonymous painting, Baruti’s Melkmeisje consists principally of a sweet, vanillic take on a Grojsman style ‘hug me’ accord, being all powder, clean musks and light woods. A dusty, Farnesol driven linden/lilac/angelica floral ensemble adds pastel coloured accents, while a juicy pear note in the top brings a small degree of dynamism to an otherwise fairly linear perfume. 
For a more refined, grown-up lilac, try Guerlain’s Guerlinade. 

Nose: Spyros Drosopoulos
House: Baruti
Release date: 2015
Notes (per Fragrantica): Pear, lilac, linden blossom, honey, orris root, vanilla, sandalwood, musk, vetiver. 

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