Frederic Malle Musc Ravageur is an Oriental fragrance launched in 2000 and created by the well-known Maurice Roucel. A spiced oriental that is husky and sensual with an amazing little gingerbread note. Sometimes interpreted as complete vampy musk and other times as warm and cuddly, it is an unforgettable fragrance. Notes of lavender, bergamot, clove, cinnamon, gaiac wood, cedar, sandalwood, vanilla, musk, amber, coumarin, tonka bean and tonkitone.
Reviews for Frederic Malle Musc Ravageur
From Kafkaesque - "Musc Ravageur is a really simple scent on my skin from start to finish. It is almost entirely dominated by spicy gingerbread in a haze of golden, ambered warmth. The ginger is candied and sweet, dusted with spicy cloves, and light sprinkles of a much softer cinnamon. The cloves never smell meaty, sweaty, or peppered the way it can in some fragrances, probably because it’s highly refined and then cut through with both vanilla and tonka creaminess. It’s a minor touch on my skin in any event, at least in its own right, because it feels almost completely subsumed into the overall gingerbread bouquet."
From Bois de Jasmin - "Musc Ravageur starts to unfold at once. Its animalic elements are seamlessly blended into dark vanillic warmth, interspersed with cool notes of bergamot and lavender. The heightened interplay of powerful sensations, from hot glow of amber to icy sting of citrus, is what makes Musc Ravageur a memorable composition from the first inhale"
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||Frederic Malle Musc Ravageur
||Eau de parfum, edp
||Lavender, bergamot, clove, cinnamon, gaiac wood, cedar, sandalwood, vanilla, musk, amber, coumarin, tonka bean and tonkitone.
|Country of Origin