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You're my Guerlain, you really are.
I think your name suits me, because you have become 'Mon Guerlain', maybe even 'Mon Guerlain préféré'... you have made it from miniature to bottle and I am crazy about you these days!
Perfumes from Guerlain I have some in my collection and I love them all very much. Whether the eau de parfum called Shalimar or Mitsouko, then especially Nahéma, Jicky, Champs-Élysées as eau de toilette and of course Chamade.
I also got to know and love Iris Ganache, Vega and Parure. The list of beautiful Guerlain fragrances could be extended even further, for example with the delicious series of Aqua Allegoria fragrances, of which I particularly like Passiflora, Pera Granita, Pamplelune and Flora Rosa. And first the Nahéma or Mitsouko extracts... mhmmmm.... I can only rave about it.
But I don't want to draw your attention here and now to the many charming, impressive and well-mannered sisters and brothers of 'Mon Guerlain'.
No, it's all about her today, my beautiful Guerlain
You? Yes, clearly Mon Guerlain is a she
Her qualities are all too feminine and I hope it is allowed to feel, think and formulate in such drawers as feminine and masculine.
This time I won't write a novel, I won't write poetry or fantasy.
I will try to describe only what I smell when I spray my Guerlain. And by the way, I always spray them lavishly, like this:
3 or 4 sprayers on the neck and collarbone area, at least 1 sprayer in the neck and 2 or 3 on the wrist and arm bend. If you're going to do it, do it
First of all: further up it is said that the scent is sweet-floral - this is certainly not wrong, but for my feeling it is not really true.
So I smell...
...smell a wide-open window
...smell the soft whispering wind
...smell warmth, a comforting, enveloping warmth
...smell dark berry, woodsy, soft-spicy
...smell a bunch of dried lavender
...smell piles of wood in the sunshine
...smell flowers - mild, velvety, soothing flowers
...smell an intense, almost balsamic vanilla
...smell the odeur of sweet orchids
...smell gourmand stuff, high quality gourmand stuff
...smell far away the freshness of a Calabrian bergamot
...that's probably why I smell a steaming cup of good Earl Grey tea
...smell an elixir of joy, of the joy of life
...smell the need to dance
...smell the joy of love
...smell desire for tenderness, dreaming
...smell stability, security, that just keeps what it promises
...smell nobility and understated elegance
You're mon Guerlain. You're always and always welcome!
That's for sure. What is also special is that your vanilla melts completely with the woody and spicy lavender, creating a new, unique aroma and a uniquely beautiful, melodious dream duet
Although you come from an international home - your vanilla comes from Tahiti, your sandalwood from Australian forests, your jasmine flowers from faraway India, your bergamot oil was certainly extracted in Calabria and your lavender is sure to have been harvested from the fields of Provence - you are very familiar to me and have quickly become at home with me
I like you a lot
Also because you're so sexy
And I don't say that about many scents
But I'll say it for you
Yes, all that is you, my beautiful Guerlainine
And you are beautifully dressed: your flacon is a feast for the eyes
You are beautiful to fall in love with