Review: Guerlain L’Art & La Matière Fève Gourmande
This fragrance is a relaunch of the Elixir Charnel Gourmand Coquin, from 2008, which now adopts a new name as part of the L’Art & La Matière family, of Guerlain’s most exclusive lines.
The bottle of this fragrance is designed by Pochet du Courval, Guerlain’s historic glassmaker, and in its legendary square bottle inherited from Guerlain that dates back to 1870.
Under the nose of Delphine Jelk, perfumer of the Guerlain house, this new aroma has been reached that evokes delight, it is a fragrance of great contrasts.
Cocoa stands out in its composition, slightly sweet but bitter, which makes it more sensory.
“Normally associated with childhood, cocoa reveals a new maturity. In Fève Gourmande, it is uniquely blended with the depth of a smoky tea accord and the luminous elegance of rose.” Jelk says.
Its notes that range from spicy to warm draw attention to the sense of smell, and it also has notes of rum and spices. While in its background patchouli, tea and woody notes evoke that elegant and soft air of the brand.
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