Eau Des Merveilles Bleue by Hermes Perfume.
Spray a little Eau des Merveilles Bleue on your pressure points and you are transported to a yacht anchored in the Mediterranean. Aquatic accords with a hint of woods and salt make this fragrance the perfect scent for hot summer days. Top notes of citrus and pepper blend with a heart note of sweet ambergris. A grounding base of woody patchouli closes out the scent profile and lingers on the skin. This 3.4-ounce eau de toilette spray was launched in
2016 and comes packaged in an orb shaped flacon with blue accents.
Hermes was founded almost 200 years ago as a purveyor of equestrian accessories. In the time since, the brand has branched out to luxury goods and fine fragrances. This perfume was created for the company by internationally renowned perfumer, Christine Nagel. Nagel is also the nose behind fragrances for such luxury houses as Cartier, Karl Lagerfield and Yves Rocher.
Started in 1837 as a harness workshop dedicated to serving the noblemen of Europe, the Hermès family business created some of the finest wrought harnesses and bridles for the carriage trade. After expanding the business to include saddles and retail sales in 1880, the Hermès family business and reputation continued to grow. Their first foray into accessories was a bag specifically designed to carry a saddle. Throughout the 1920s, Hermès...
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