Hermes Caleche Fleurs de Mediterranee : Perfume News

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Neiman Marcus is now featuring the limited edition fragrance by Hermès, Calèche Fleurs de Méditerranée. Originally created in 2003 by Jean-Claude Ellena, Calèche Fleurs de Méditerranée is inspired by the Mediterranean gardens and their scents–rose, jasmine, mimosa. The fragrance, airy and luminous, is based on the notes of Moroccan mimosa, Turkish rosa damascena, Egyptian jasmine, with the additional notes of beeswax and heliotrope. It is very much in the elegant and streamlined Ellena style. Only 2500 bottles of Soie de Parfum will be available exclusively at Neiman Marcus.

Moreover, Parfum-Echecs reports that Un Brin de Réglisse, a composition based on the notes of licorice, will join the Hermessence range, which already includes Rose Ikebana, Poivre Samarcande, Ambre Narguilé, Osmanthe Yunnan, and Paprika Brasil.

Photo from Osmoz.

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4 Comments

  • Tamara: Oh, this is so good to know! I have never been able to test Hermes scents at my Neiman’s and now I can. Thank you. October 9, 2007 at 11:00am Reply

  • Tigs: Well, licorice – that just rings my bell! October 9, 2007 at 11:35pm Reply

  • Octavian: I was very happy to see your blog and name in the latest Vogue USA. They have a very nice article on fragrances. October 10, 2007 at 12:29pm Reply

  • Karin: I really like this fragrance. I haven’t bought it yet.

    Only 2500 bottles, ack! I have to decide. October 11, 2007 at 7:49am Reply

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