Couvent Des Minimes Eau des Missions was launched in 2011, now discontinued, inspired by the missions built by the Franciscans in America. It is an amber vanilla with notes of amber, myrrh, camellia, cedar, benzoin, vanilla.
Fragrantica - "A beautiful boozy vanilla, mouth watering but not cake-baking-ly if that even makes sense! And not juvenile, this is a grown ass man/woman scent. The warmth of the vanilla is balanced by the almost herby notes - I have fallen hard for this one - it’s almost up there with SDV. Longevity is poor on me however, with minimal sillage. Lasts better on clothes. I might have to stock up on this one nonetheless - at the price I can be trigger-happy! If you’re looking for an elegant grown up vanilla this is definitely worth a try."
Fragrantica - "It is an herbal vanilla that is insanely addictive, and is actually quite long-lasting, but not in a loud way. It sticks to my clothes & hair for forever and morphs through different phases. Sometimes it smells cakey, and others more green, but it never really comes off as a true gourmand. It is absolutely delicious in a soulful way! The perfume scent for bed, for everyday application as it's casual and carefree, and for layering under or over other scents."
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