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Perfume Description

Perfume Name Serge Lutens La Myrrhe
Year Introduced 1995
Perfumer Christopher Sheldrake
Gender Unisex
Collection Exclusive Bottles - Resineux/Ambres
Notes Myrrh, mandarine, bitter almond, woody notes, rare spices, pimento berries, sandalwood, honey, jasmine, amber and musk
Country of Origin France

 

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.  

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."

  

Full bottles of Serge Lutens products can be purchased at: Beauty Encounter and Beautyhabit

More information and Serge Lutens reviews can be found at:

Basenotes     Fragrantica   

 


Serge Lutens La Myrrhe
Perfume Name Serge Lutens La Myrrhe
Year Introduced 1995
Perfumer Christopher Sheldrake
Gender Unisex
Collection Exclusive Bottles - Resineux/Ambres
Notes Myrrh, mandarine, bitter almond, woody notes, rare spices, pimento berries, sandalwood, honey, jasmine, amber and musk
Country of Origin France

 

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.  

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."

  

Full bottles of Serge Lutens products can be purchased at: Beauty Encounter and Beautyhabit

More information and Serge Lutens reviews can be found at:

Basenotes     Fragrantica   

 

$4.49

Warranty Information

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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Product Reviews

  1. I concur soapy 3 Star Review

    Posted by on 1st Jun 2017

    But the hint of citrus makes it worth a try. Perfect for fall season


  2. soapy 2 Star Review

    Posted by on 12th Sep 2014

    A rather disappointing scent. Absolutely would not recommend this.
    It has a rather cheap soapy smell.


  3. La Myrhhe- eh. 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 27th Jun 2013

    Not into it. Top note middle and dry down scale a 3 octave range from soaring jet blast of pine down to a meek sweetness that does not move my heart to wonder. It is sophisticated, maybe too much so for my taste. A sophisticated perfumista might adore it for its complexity.


  4. Masterpiece? 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 14th Dec 2012

    Had to try this one since its fans wax poetic about it and rave that it must be experienced. So I gave it a try and yes I can see how its orchestration could be deemed masterful, but would I want to wear it? Decidedly not, I really wanted to find it wearable so that I could be in the La Myrrhe 'club' but I must remain an outsider who wishes well to those who can wear it. It is just too strange and somewhat disturbing to live with.