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Perfume Description

 

Perfume Name Frederic Malle Eau de Magnolia
Year Introduced 2014
Perfumer Carlos Benaim
Gender Unisex
Strength Eau de parfum, edp
Notes Bergamot, magnolia headspace, vetiver, patchouli, cedarwood, amber, and tree moss.
Country of Origin France

  

Frederic Malle Eau de Magnolia was created by perfumer Carlos Benaim. Braja Mookherjee, a scientist at IFF, analyzed components that make up the magnolia smell and found it was close to a citrus.  Benaim took this information and made Eau de Magnolia, a fresh take on a gorgeous flower.

 

More information and Frederic Malle reviews can be found at:

Basenotes     Fragrantica


Frederic Malle Eau de Magnolia

 

Perfume Name Frederic Malle Eau de Magnolia
Year Introduced 2014
Perfumer Carlos Benaim
Gender Unisex
Strength Eau de parfum, edp
Notes Bergamot, magnolia headspace, vetiver, patchouli, cedarwood, amber, and tree moss.
Country of Origin France

  

Frederic Malle Eau de Magnolia was created by perfumer Carlos Benaim. Braja Mookherjee, a scientist at IFF, analyzed components that make up the magnolia smell and found it was close to a citrus.  Benaim took this information and made Eau de Magnolia, a fresh take on a gorgeous flower.

 

More information and Frederic Malle reviews can be found at:

Basenotes     Fragrantica

$3.79

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All sales are final, we are a perfume sampling company - letting you try perfume before you invest in a bottle. Unfortunately, we cannot refund any product that you do not like. If you are new to perfume or wanting to break out of wearing the same scent, try our starter sampler packs so that you can find the perfume that works for you.

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Product Reviews

  1. Pretty for summer 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 19th Jul 2014

    This is a nice, light fragrance for warm weather. It reminds me a lot of Cristalle EDP with the citrusy start and floral heart. The magnolia is not as rich and creamy as Vero Profimo Mito EDP which has a rich magnolia middle note. This is a safe, everyday scent you can wear anyplace.


  2. Lovely fresh sparkling light magnolia with citrus & white florals 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 14th Jul 2014

    I really like this new Magnolia scent, but it is not all magnolia like I expected. There is quite a bit of added citrus notes and other white florals, such as jasmine and gardenia. It is light and fresh but lacks the creaminess and richness of real magnolia blossoms.


  3. Lovely summer fragrance 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 10th Jul 2014

    Light flowery creamy magnolia scent. Perfect for summer day time wear. Highly recommended.


  4. Pretty frangrance 3 Star Review

    Posted by on 9th Jul 2014

    I like this but not bottle worthy. It's a good try at trying to capture not just the fragrance of the blossom, but the entire tree. Starts off very lemony and citrus and ends up vegetal, almost woody with some creaminess and sweetness representing the blossoms. I like the imagination behind it.


  5. average room fragrance 3 Star Review

    Posted by on 22nd Jun 2014

    While it does have a true-to-life magnolia accord, there isn't much else going on here. After awhile it becomes a boring, bland room plug-in scent. A rare miss for this otherwise superb fragrance house.


  6. They almost DID it! 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 13th Jun 2014

    I have fond magnolia tree memories from my East coast childhood, though I don't think I've ever deliberately sought out a magnolia perfume, if others even exist. When I started reading about this one on the interwebs, it went into the mental "try it" file drawer.

    Just got a sample today and my initial impression was *exasperated sigh* "Huh. Another summery citrus thing." One of the cats leapt up on the table and the latest Trader Joe's flyer arrived in the post along with 3 other scent samples, and after a few more not very much improved sniffs of this new Malle citrus thing, I got distracted and forgot about it.

    I was about to go back and sniff Providence Perfumes' Branch & Vine (trust me-do not bother!) when I felt a sneeze coming on and lifted my right hand to my nose. ZAP!!!! I was back in my grandmother's yard in New Jersey in July, in front of what she always called the "saucer magnolia" tree. I was 8 years old, wearing a baggy, damp from heat and humidity cotton tank and seersucker shorts, nose buried in one of the enormous magnolia flowers as my sockless, Keds clad feet sunk slightly into the freshly watered lawn. Big magnolia leaves tickled the sides of my face and my slightly salty fingers pressed down on one of the branches so I could closer to the flower. Hell yes, I really did smell all of that in Eau de Magnolia. That part of the fragrance did not last terribly long-20 minutes maybe, and I am now getting a somewhat synthetic clean/citrus dry down.

    This definitely won't be a full bottle purchase for me, as this was more of a Demeter Pick Me Up experience than something I would spritz on lavishly and time travel in all day. With the right skin chemistry, your "face in the magnolia" experience might last a lot longer than mine, but nevertheless, I very much enjoyed my short olfactory journey back to July in Nana's yard.

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