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Guerlain Héritage was created by Jean-Paul Guerlain in 1992 - the third masculine fragrance from Guerlain. Heritage is a fragrance dedicated to the men of tomorrow yet inspired by yesterday's generations. It is a spicy oriental fragrance that features top notes of lemon and bergamot; middle notes of coriander and pink pepper; and a base note of patchouli, tonka bean and vanilla.
With the creation of Héritage, it was the first time that the term "Guerlinade" was used. Guerlinade is the accord that was used as a "house signature" in all of the classic Guerlain perfumes, and in many of their modern fragrances as well. It was developed by Aimé Guerlain, the creator of Jicky, and is said to contain bergamot, rose, jasmine, tonka bean, iris, and vanilla.
Héritage is an eau de toilette, edt.
Reviews of Guerlain Heritage
From Basenotes - "Patchouli, sandalwood, tobbacco, and Lavender. It is beautifully blended, seamless. More of a mature scent, though not dated in my opinion. Performance, ideal edt. Longevity good. Could still smell it faintly on the skin after 18 hours and a shower. Projection polite, but not weak. This has become something of a go to for me. It is effortlessly good."
From Influenster - "For men, its even more difficult to create a classic. Heritage is one, and yet its largely been forgotten. It has all the classic, boring aspects of men's perfumery - lavender, patchouli, cedar, vanilla - but the sum is beyond its parts. Its so smooth and well rounded that why try to pick out the notes? Many would call it old fashioned or dated - but to do that is to not understand a work of art. For it to be a third pillar of classic men's fragrance from the same house - Guerlain, after Habit Rouge and Vetiver - is remarkable. You could have one bottle of each and never need to purchase another bottle of scent, you'll be covered for every occasion."