Guerlain Liu is a feminine green floral fragrance that was originally launched in 1929. Created by Jacques Guerlain, it featured top notes of aldehydes, neroli and bergamot; middle notes of rosemary, jasmine and rose; and base notes of iris, amber, vanilla and woody notes.
Liu was reissued in 2005 for the renovated flagship Guerlain store on the Champs-Elysees and was reorchestrated by Jean Paul Guerlain. It is an eau de toilette, edt. This is the fragrance we are decanting. This has been since discontinued.
Reviews of Guerlain Liu
From Kafkaesque - "I find it enjoyable, even delectable at times, smooth, nicely balanced, easy to wear, and a cozy comfort. There is no fruitchouli or goopy red fruits to smother you to death with cloying excess; no cheap vanillin shrieking like a deranged, over-sugared, saccharine banshee; no laundry cleanness; no harsh woody-amber synthetics; and no bombastic amounts of caramel-praline bearing with such an intemperate degree of sickly sweetness that it would put a diabetic in a coma. No, nothing like that for once. Instead, there is only a soft, smooth, carefully calibrated, and good quality cloud of golden sweetness laced with floral, woody, smoky, spicy, and amber flourishes."