Tuesday, 7 November 2017

Thierry Muglar Angel Muse Perfume Review

Let me begin by saying that I'm not a huge fan of the original angel at all. But I'm so happy about the way the perfumer Qentin Bich created this magical perfume. It has that ANGEL DNA in th background but enough oomph to stand up on it's own as a new fragrance. I won't describe this as a flanker at all.

After around 13 angel flankers came, Angel Muse. I have never smelled anything remotely similar to this before. Love, love the bottle. It is described to be shaped like a cosmic pebble. The juice is a warm amber colour.
 Muse is very different from you regular run of the mill gourmands. Hazelnut is the main accord mixed in with a bitter cocoa cream.  The patchouli in it is very subtle. I do not detect any citrus that's states in the opening notes. Not a hint of grapefruit. The vetiver makes it earthy and unique. I'm surprised at how much I love this even though it contains patchouli which I cant stand. The silage is a powerhouse as expected from all the Muglars, and the longevity is 12 plus hours on me.
Creamy hazulnutty swirls without being overly sweet or cloying. A beautiful Fall/Winter fragrance.

TOP NOTES: Grapefruit, Pink peppers
MID NOTES: Hazulnut cocoa cream
BASE NOTES: Vetiver, Patchouli

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