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L'Artisan Parfumeur Mûre et Musc

"Blackberry and musk." The iconic Mûre et Musc fragrance was created in 1978. A beautiful blend of blackberry and musk, its success was due to the witty and daring contrast in the structure between sparkling top notes and an enveloping warm evolution of the scent’s seductive development on the skin. The first fragrance to use white musk alongside a delicious blackberry accord, Mure et Musc set the benchmark for L'Artisan Parfumeur creativity. Notes:Blackberry, Red Berries, Musk. Style:Subtle. Effervescent. Effortlessly Chic.
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fragrance type
So would this fragrance be considered a fruity type? I want to try it but I'm more of an oriental / floriental fan. Any impressions?
asked 2 years, 4 months ago
msred2u42
(Hooversville, PA)
on Mûre et Musc
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answer 1
This fragrance is "fruity" but it doesn't smell like a juicebox. It's a lot more rugged and outdoorsy smelling, and could even be used as a men's cologne. If you go in thinking it's going to smell like a pie, you won't like it. But if you want something natural and ripe smelling, go for this. It's very unique.
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
Anonymous
(Greensboro, NC)
answer 2
This is is not the typical happy-go-lucky fruity perfume, which generally features apples and other refreshing citruses. However, it is DEFINITELY not an oriental fragrance since it doesn't contain any characteristic notes you might consider as oriental, such as patchouli and incense--at least they are not predominant.
answered 2 years ago
lunica
(Boston, MA)
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