Hermes Eau des Merveilles EDT has no flowers in sight and is an unusual fragrance. Ordinarily, woods and amber are used as base notes. Here, they are noticeable throughout the fragrance development. It is a surprise to magic and magic to enchantment. Top Notes - vetiver, oak, cedar. Middle Notes - ambergris. Base Notes - lemon, orange, elemi, pink pepper.
Reviews of Hermes Eau des Merveilles
from perfumeposse - "...Eau des Merveilles (O D merv-A-yah) which means Water Of Wonders is one of the best loved of the Hermès ranges by perfumistas because it’s so damn weird, yet totally wearable. It’s like the salted/amber/woods version or freaky gorgeous rubber/vanilla/leather BVLGARI Black. On initial spritz I was like, ErMerGerd! This shit is FOUL. For both of them but then they grow on you and suddenly you’re craving them like, well, like someone who craves something A LOT!"
from scentbird - "This is how Hermes’s Eau des Merveilles perfume will make you feel: Outstanding! Addicting! Classy! and Very, Very, Very Happy!"
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