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Robert Piguet Baghari EDP

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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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Robert Piguet Baghari was originally created in 1950 by Francis Fabron, then was discontinued. It was released in 2006, created by Aurelien Guichard.  It is a warm floral aldehyde with notes of citrus, rose, jasmine, iris, aldehydes, amber, and vanilla.

Reviews of Robert Piguet Baghari EDP

From Now Smell This - "Baghari smells as if the perfumer were dreaming of No. 5 seen through Rita Hayworth’s sunglasses. Baghari has all the throwback glamour of a Champagne coupe full of fizzy aldehydes, but its heart is loaded with musty flowers and dried orange zest, dusted with fine-milled powder."

From Bois de Jasmin - "The whiteness of aldehydes in the new Baghari is instead replaced with sweet, almost candy-like notes. The woody dryness of the base is laced with a pronounced dose of iris which preserves the luxurious effect while lending a modern lustre to the composition. Yet, the heart of the composition allows a glimpse of the original romantic softness resulting from the rainfall of flower petals."

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  • fanny - 24th Apr 2014

    4
    Prelude to Spring

    Mesmerizing.. I did have high expectations, but I never thought I would be as baffled as I am right now : No note in Baghari acts like it usually does; they all are orchestrated together to serve a higher cause. A masterpiece.

  • JRobby - 10th May 2013

    3
    Still can't make up my mind

    Baghari is a tough one for me to review. I love the amber/vanilla/aldehydes combination, but I'm concerned that it tends to go a bit "diapery" on me. The sillage and longevity is wonderful. I love smelling it on my clothes the next day, once the powder has dried down and only the amber/vanilla is left. I think the diaper aspect will prevent me from buying a bottle, though.

2 Reviews

  • fanny - 24th Apr 2014

    4
    Prelude to Spring

    Mesmerizing.. I did have high expectations, but I never thought I would be as baffled as I am right now : No note in Baghari acts like it usually does; they all are orchestrated together to serve a higher cause. A masterpiece.

  • JRobby - 10th May 2013

    3
    Still can't make up my mind

    Baghari is a tough one for me to review. I love the amber/vanilla/aldehydes combination, but I'm concerned that it tends to go a bit "diapery" on me. The sillage and longevity is wonderful. I love smelling it on my clothes the next day, once the powder has dried down and only the amber/vanilla is left. I think the diaper aspect will prevent me from buying a bottle, though.

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