Aqua Allegoria Pamplelune by Guerlain, Women who enjoy a more intricate, modern scent will appreciate Aqua Allegoria Pamplelune from Guerlain.
While its citrus side invigorates the senses, the perfumes earth notes give a certain gravitas not found in similar scent styles. It begins with a zesty blend of grapefruit and bergamot top notes. Middle notes include petit grain, cassia and a splash of citrusy neroli. Patchouli and vanilla bean comprise the perfume’s base notes and give the fragrance a sylvan scent that defies expectations.
The perfume was designed in 1999 by Mathilde Laurent, now the in-house perfumer at Cartier, alongside the legendary Jean-Paul Guerlain. The two worked for Guerlain, an iconic name in the design of women and men’s fragrances. In business for more than 175 years, the company often touts its penchant for innovating the industry with rare, exotic, and even synthetic material combinations. It pioneered this approach in 1889 with the release of Jicky, a perfume that included coumarin, a synthetic material.