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All sales are final, we are a perfume sampling company - letting you try perfume before you invest in a bottle. Unfortunately, we cannot refund any product that you do not like. If you are new to perfume or wanting to break out of wearing the same scent, try our starter sampler packs so that you can find the perfume that works for you.

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L'Artisan Passage d'Enfer means "Passage to Hell" and is named after the street that the first L'Artisan boutique was located.  Launched in 1999, it was created by the gifted Olivia Giacobetti.

A beautiful combination of lily and incense that creates a beautiful fragrance that is reminiscent of a dark gothic church with a spray of lilies at the altar.  A pure and hypnotic blend, that carries you off to seventh heaven.  My personal favorite from the whole line. 

Reviews of L'Artisan Passage d'Enfer

From Bois de Jasmin - "it is an incense fragrance marked by soft haziness that is strikingly noticeable in most of her creations. Unlike dark and mysterious Armani Privé Bois d’Encens—a fragrance truly in place before somber blackened images of Orthodox saints, Passage d’Enfer takes austere darkness out of frankincense and infuses it with fresh floral softness."

From Makeup Alley - "t smells of incense in a very realistic way. Maybe for some people too much realistic. It's dark, mysterious- person who caries it can't be just ordinary. In my opinion it's a head turner- even I would turn my head and try to track down who used this stuff. 

From Perfume Posse - " Passage d’Enfer fills me with joy for all sorts of reasons.  It (and L’Artisan in general) represent everything I found entrancing about fragrance at the start of my perfume journey.  I knew Passage d’Enfer was an incense scent before I tried it, but the lily, which comes forward after a few minutes, was shocking and unexpected.  I have no idea why something so lovely is called passage to hell; Passage d’Enfer has an ethereal, soaring quality I never tire of." 

 

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Perfume Name L'Artisan Passage d'Enfer
Year Introduced 1999
Perfumer Olivia Giacobetti
Gender Unisex
Strength Eau de toilette, edt
Notes White lily, frankincense, aloe and white musk
Country of Origin France

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  • may - 13th May 2015

    5
    L'artisan

    i'm fall in love with this.
    this is sooooo good!!

  • Carolyn Warfield - 17th Sep 2013

    3
    Not as spicy/resiny as hoped, but still delicious

    On me Passage is pretty quiet. It opens damp like a stone building, but dries down quickly to a slightly spicy, slightly resiny trace. The lily is there, but subdued--very much the way I prefer. There's a tiny back note of smoke and incense, but what I get most is powdered ginger. Luckily I love that smell, so am happy with the scent. Stays very close to the body no matter how much I wear. Very pretty but not quite as warm as hoped.

3 Reviews

  • may - 13th May 2015

    5
    L'artisan

    i'm fall in love with this.
    this is sooooo good!!

  • Carolyn Warfield - 17th Sep 2013

    3
    Not as spicy/resiny as hoped, but still delicious

    On me Passage is pretty quiet. It opens damp like a stone building, but dries down quickly to a slightly spicy, slightly resiny trace. The lily is there, but subdued--very much the way I prefer. There's a tiny back note of smoke and incense, but what I get most is powdered ginger. Luckily I love that smell, so am happy with the scent. Stays very close to the body no matter how much I wear. Very pretty but not quite as warm as hoped.

  • Unknown - 5th Nov 2012

    3
    Ho-Hum Fresh Scent

    Soapy, green, tart, peppery, semi-sweet incense. This will dry to a clean laundry musk. It smells good, but it's nothing original.

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