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I feel inspired to write a comment here because I love the Eau de Toilette and was very surprised how the Eau de Parfum doesn't work (at least on my skin). For me it is really like a brick, very many notes on top of each other and no transparency in the fragrance. L'Heure Bleue is also in the eau de toilette form a rather linear scent, but you can still see that the spices become less during the day and the flowers more and more beautiful. The whole composition is carried by soft resins and tonka bean. With the Eau de Parfum I get this "Chinaladen Vibe", the spices and base notes are very close together and steal the show from the flowers. It's no fun for me to wear. I don't want to tear up the scent with this comment. I would rather that when people are interested in L'Heure Bleue, they first try the Eau de Toilette. In my opinion it is simply better and for new noses certainly also more easily accessible.