Serge Lutens La Myrrhe is a rich oriental fragrance centered around myrrh. This is THE myrrh scent you must smell if you love myrrh or just want to try it. Myrrh is a little chilly and resinous, and Lutens has a masterful hand with this scent that it may take a try or two to truly appreciate for the masterpiece it is. And that word is no exaggeration for the artistry brought to this fragrance.
Reviews of Serge Lutens La Myrrhe from noses that may or may not sniff like your nose.
From Bois de Jasmin "Serge Lutens La Myrrhe is the essence of the moment when the sunlight enters through the stained glass windows of an old church, bathing its cold stone in iridescent glow and lending a jewel-like splendor to the liturgical vestments and the vessels of the altar. The contrast between the light and the dark is what makes the fragrance one of the most intriguing compositions resulting from Serge Lutens and Christopher Sheldrake’s partnership."
from perfumeposse - "La Myrrhe (1995) – This requires some patience, which I had forgotten before I put it on – the open is horrendously bad, which makes it all the better when it turns into the beauty it is. There are a billion ways to describe it, but I think the best is to experience it. Mandarin, myrrh, lotus, bitter almond, sandalwood, honey, jasmine, amber, musk, various spices, pimento"
||Serge Lutens La Myrrhe
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||Myrrh, mandarine, bitter almond, woody notes, rare spices, pimento berries, sandalwood, honey, jasmine, amber and musk
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