Bvlgari Blv Absolute Perfume by Bvlgari

Bvlgari Blv Absolute Perfume

Bvlgari Blv Absolute by Bvlgari Perfume. Bvlgari Blv Absolute (Bulgari) for women is an ideal year-round fragrance that is playfully bold. Earthy scents of vanilla, flax and ginger are rounded out with a spicy note of musk. A bottom note of fresh wisteria provides the perfect balance of strength and whimsy. This delicious marriage of scents was created in 2002 by Bvlgari. No matter the occasion, a dab of this fragrance behind your ears perfectly complements any formal or casual attire.

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5

Bvlgari Blv Absolute (bulgari)

A bit of an acquired taste, perhaps, but fabulous once you get your nose around this fabulous chypre. Peach is definitely in the mix, balancing the vetiver and sandalwood. As it dries down, it becomes mildly spicy (though I can't identify the notes) and decidedly mossy. Takes many hours to devel...

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Bvlgari Blv Absolute (bulgari)

I'm told that Mitsouko is supposed to have a fruity top note, possibly peach, but I've never been able to detect it. Instead what I smell is heavy talc and incense that have marinated together on a window sill in hot, direct sunlight for about 168 years. Honestly, there's something about it that ...

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5

Bvlgari Blv Absolute (bulgari)

This is the only perfume I have used for30 years. I don't feel dressed until I spray on my Mitsouko. I would never use any other perfume. Only problem is that it is getting so difficult to find.

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Submitted 1/9/2009
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5

Bvlgari Blv Absolute (bulgari)

I have been using Mitsouko since 1983 when it was suggested to me by a salesperson in a mall in Honolulu. My family has always commented, " You always smell so good!"

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Submitted 10/21/2008
By Joan Enos
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5

Bvlgari Blv Absolute (bulgari)

This is a lovely delicate scent that has been my mother's special perfume for 60 years. I have given it to her for her birthday ever since I had the money to buy it. It's a real classic and worth every penny you pay for it. Everyone should have such a perfect gift for someone they love.

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Submitted 10/21/2008
By Meridith Rieman
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5

Bvlgari Blv Absolute (bulgari)

A bit of an acquired taste, perhaps, but fabulous once you get your nose around this fabulous chypre. Peach is definitely in the mix, balancing the vetiver and sandalwood. As it dries down, it becomes mildly spicy (though I can't identify the notes) and decidedly mossy. Takes many hours to develop fully. Interestingly enough, it was rumoured to be a favorite of Charlie Chaplin.

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Submitted 10/21/2008
By Scent Hound
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5

Bvlgari Blv Absolute (bulgari)

The classic fruity chypre, it sets the standard for all others. From its light peach topnotes to the mossy drydown, Mitsouko is unlike any other scent. Could be called "an acquired taste," but worth working for.

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Submitted 10/21/2008
By Grace Woods
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5

Bvlgari Blv Absolute (bulgari)

From the venerable House of Guerlain, and released in 1919, Mitsouko (Japanese for ?????mystery?????_) opens with a zing of peach, bergamot, and something that smells like leather. This abstract fragrance needs two to three hours to cook on your skin. Don?????t decide right away if you like this one; give it time to transform itself with your chemistry. It may take three or four tests for you to decide if it works for you. Mitsouko becomes a true skin scent as it develops on the skin. The woody and spicy chypre drydown is like being in a forest during Autumn---vetiver, oakmoss, cinnamon, amber. Very French, very voluptuous,yet earthy, and with an enticing sensual sillage; it?????s Woman. All Golden. One of the jewels of the House of Guerlain. The smell of Eve in the Garden.

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Submitted 10/21/2008
By Free Gracer
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4

Bvlgari Blv Absolute (bulgari)

I was truly happy to find Mitsouko. A childhood friend visited me in Chicago in May and mentioned her love for the cologne but was unable to find it. So, I decided to search the internet to see if I could fine Mitsouko. I'm so glad I did. I sent it to her for a Christmas present. She called me to tell me how elated she was and wondered if I could hear the scream she let out when she opened the box. (she lives in New Jersey) I live in Illinois. She asked me how I found it. I told her thanks to the world of computers and Perfume.com. Each time I talk to her she tells me how she can't thank me enough for the gift because she thout it had been discontinued since the stores don't carry it. I'm glad you company had it because it was such a surprise to her and a nice way to make someone as happy as she was. Thanks again for Perfume.com. Eunice Geron

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Submitted 10/21/2008
By Eunice Geron
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4

Bvlgari Blv Absolute (bulgari)

It was my first experience with MITSOUKO, and I was surprised... I think MITSOUKO-for speshial women, who like bright, brave fragrances. As for me, I think it is so sweet.

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Submitted 10/21/2008
By Viktoriya Tryfonova
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4

Bvlgari Blv Absolute (bulgari)

I bought this perfume for the plain and simple fact that it was worn by famous erotic authoress Anais Nin. In her diary she mentions that Henry Miller's wife, June, requested a bottle of it after smelling it on her during the beginning of their romantic relationship. The smell definitely evokes a long ago era, a very sophisticated and exotic fragrance. I expect to wear it in the evening, a spray behind the knee and the back of the neck with a favorite piece of lingerie. I'm not sure if my beau will like it, but I definitely feel like a woman wearing it.

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Submitted 10/21/2008
By Jeri Moore
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Bvlgari Blv Absolute (bulgari)

I'm told that Mitsouko is supposed to have a fruity top note, possibly peach, but I've never been able to detect it. Instead what I smell is heavy talc and incense that have marinated together on a window sill in hot, direct sunlight for about 168 years. Honestly, there's something about it that reminds me of a European church or museum. Perhaps it's an old, musty wood accord. Because of this I have to give it points for nostalgia and mystery, but please keep it away from my skin.

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Submitted 10/21/2008
By Samantha Stephenson
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