Mieloud (2019)

Mieloud by LPDO
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Mieloud is a new perfume by LPDO for women and men and was released in 2019. The scent is oriental-sweet.

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Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesCeylon cinnamon, Honey
Heart Notes Heart NotesSumatra patchouli, Floral notes
Base Notes Base NotesAmber, Leather, Laotian oud, Vanilla, White musk

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Scent

7.8 (23 Ratings)

Longevity

7.5 (20 Ratings)

Sillage

7.0 (20 Ratings)

Bottle

7.7 (20 Ratings)
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Elysium

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Elysium
Elysium
Playing the forbidden against the wholesome five o'clock tea
Miel Oud is my third LPDO fragrance, I started with Hash Intense, then Garçon Libre, and now this delicacy. It is an incredibly rich, warm, sweet and smoky oud, such a good fragrance with a huge, voluptuous luscious gourmand accord, not exactly honey-centric, but familiar from quite a few siblings of TM Angel. Initially, I liked it, but after scenting it a few times, I love it. You need to like this kind of massive Arab-style orientals to enjoy it, and I usually do. There are great wax honey and spicy cinnamon at the front of it, and the medicinal fake oud in the background keeps it from being overly cloying. Wonderfully true honey note that smooths the oud's rough edges, likewise deep syrupy oud that mitigates the honey's candied edges. I appreciate the uniqueness of this one, you won't smell like anyone or anything else when you're wearing it. A standout in the LPDO line, and a great piece of my "cheapy" collection.

The juice does start slightly bitter and honey-sweet. Sweetened oud burst. Plenty of honey, almost a smoky note hiding here. A pop of aromatic cinnamon. The combination creates a honey-like accord with the bittersweet cinnamon and other spices dominating the early development. It's quite rich at the opening and deserves discipline.

Powdery iris note lingers in the heart and it is not alone, I seem I smell Tiare flower here and a sort of orchid. As it develops the amber, oud and vanilla warm through the opening spices and the combination scent is very much a sweet Middle Eastern like accord.

As the bitterness softens the sweetness from the vanilla and amber mingle with the oud and leather of the scent. Also working in that more grown-up directions are mere touches of leather and the favorite depth chord of modern patchouli. Remarkable stuff, inviting and sexy without crudeness. Later, vanilla and amber take over. Still a few iris and a tad of honey. Steady, smoky leather later on. Miel Oud also seems to have a ping-pong effect. Notes seem to come and go, bounce to-and-fro. I enjoy it when that occurs. Just when I think a note is "gone" I can smell it again.

I find this to be a true unisex juice with the leather dying out slightly the farther you get into the dry down where you are left with amber and oud that here isn't long-lasting nor is it overly assertive. It is only a quick blast. I don't get a ton of honey, but more vanilla and amber, so the experience is sweet and resinous in concert with the deeper oud. A modern classic gourmand, in my opinion. An interesting fragrance with tremendous longevity and performance as expected by LPDO fragrances. As the notes are so warm, I prefer wearing it in cool weather days, a couple of sprays are plenty for office, maybe one more for evenings, and nights out. Ultimately, I don't wear stuff for compliments, but this one is highly complimented for me. The result is somewhere between oriental and gourmand, sweet, creamy, spicy and sultry, but all without any of the cloying heaviness sometimes associated with either genre, making Miel Oud easy to wear anywhere any time.

-Elysium
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DrGourmand

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DrGourmand
DrGourmand
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the "for every occasion collection LPDO" - here the Gourmand Mieloud
Meanwhile a considerable collection of LPDO perfumes has established itself with me. Time to say something!
Mieloud is the gourmand among LPDO perfumes. A gourmet who consumes mainly fine, good and noble things, much, abundant and of excellent quality, often excessive. This can turn out badly. In the case of Mieloud, much was done right. What is much and abundant? The honey above all, also the cinnamon, although somewhat later in the course and strongly bound in the honey sweetness. For me, to call it absolutely and noticeably is a very present, animal-aphrodisiac, erotic flair. You get all dizzy smelling and don't want to stop. I think this is due to the overall chord of amber, patchouli and musk and is carried by the honey aromas. In addition and already very early the Gourmandige is underlaid by a note like "leather on skin". No rough horse, seat or suede leather, rather a kind of artificial leather, very soft and cuddly on slightly sweaty, tender skin! Only to be felt directly at the spraying points, but for a long time this fragrance underlines the overall chord described above.
The lush opulence of the fragrance fades away after a few hours, while the mysterious scent aromas are now accompanied by sweet vanilla and last for a very long time close to the body.
Mieloud is not "my" scent, even if my username might suggest it. I like the scent and have worn it and sometimes wear it again. Other people should do the same - tomorrow. You won't regret it!
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Globomanni

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Globomanni
Globomanni
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Pure Honey and then ... Cinnamon + Oud - delicious !!!
Pure Honey - this is the prelude, simply super delicious. Cinnamon is very reserved at the beginning, but after some time it unfolds together with the Laotian oud, which is not animalistic, but rather has a sandalwood touch. MNn (according to my nose) cinnamon should not be listed in the top note. It unfolds with all strength and beauty in the base together with the eagle wood, which looks very elegant here. Absolutely NO camel stable or buffalo message ! If the fragrance hadn't had a soft floral note after the opening, which here seems a little soapy, Mieloud would have deserved a smooth 10.0. The durability is super good - after 12 hours it smells on the wrist still like cinnamon and soft Oud; the Sillage is quite good, although not bombastic. Therefore, this fragrance is even suitable for office use, provided you spray it on 1 hour before entering the office.

CONCLUSION: A really wonderful Gourmand, which is rounded off by discreet Oud. A clear recommendation to buy !

The bottle is LPDO-like standard, but looks quite nice, even if you can't compare it with a "The Merchant of Venice" bottle or one of the beautifully designed Lalique bottles.
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Elysium 43 days ago
The experience is sweet and resinous in concert with the deeper oud. A modern classic gourmand, in my opinion. LPDO did a great job here!+1
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