Reviews of Hermes Myrrhe Eglantine from noses that may or may not sniff like your nose.
An excerpt of a review by The Candy Perfume Boy
Myrrhe Églantine has the most character out of Nagel’s first additions to the Hermessence collection and it also feels as if it is the most complex. It starts with a vibrant rose note that is punchy and fruity, but also fresh and minty too. After a while the myrrh comes through and takes things in a sweeter, deeper and more oriental direction. It’s gauzy and transparent with a fizzy warmth in the base, making for a present take on myrrh that is never overwhelming or overtly sticky.
An excerpt of a review by Colognoisseur
Myrrhe Eglantine is a spring rose and myrrh duet. The rose is a slightly spicier take on the typical debutante rose rampant in spring rose releases. The myrrh is a whisper underneath the rose which rises in intensity the longer it was on my skin. I suspect this will be the best-seller among the new collection because it is the easiest to wear.