Neela Vermeire Creations

Mohur Extrait

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A beautiful Indian floral dream. This perfume is a delicate, shimmering creation of exquisite but subtle florals, spices and woody notes. The perfume opens with notes of cardamom, coriander, ambrette, carrot seeds, pepper and elemi resin. The heart is mostly floral with notes of iris, jasmine, rose, violet, almond and slight leather. The perfume settles into a powdery base of sandalwood, amber, cedar, patchouli, aoud, benzoin, vanilla and tonka bean. In spite of so many notes, the final blended juice is surprisingly light and can be worn almost in any setting or occasion. The extrait version brings out the nuances of the perfume better than the very light EDP. Refined, discreet and elegant.
By   - Professor and Perfumet from Charlottesville on 1/22/2019
This scent is divine. Many reviewers mention rose. I do not feel the rose, or maybe just a little, very close to skin. I sense spice and something exotic botanical - some spicy flowers. Tried a sample and fell in love. Now it is #1 in my wish list. If the price weren't as high, I'd buy it instantly.
By   - research from Washington on 12/18/2018
I’ve tried them all...I’m a rose freak. This is the most perfect rose I’ve ever laid my nose upon! Such a has something captivating. Mysteriously beautiful...not for a day, for a lifetime. Wow!
By   - Dr. from Asheville on 11/2/2018
Wow! Just wow... I received a trial size and now I am in love. I did a double take when I saw the price. I don't think I've ever spent over $250 on a bottle of perfume, but there is a first time for everything. I did not love the original half as much as I love this version of Mohur. It's really something else!
By   - Perfume Snob from Denver on 12/16/2017
This is more focused than the EDP, richer and deeper with a very saturated rose, warm sandalwood, and an understated, very smooth oud, all rounded out by the spices. It's close to the skin but intensely beautiful and lovely on a scarf as well as on skin. Expensive yes; I likely wouldn't have bought it for myself, but it was the perfect thing to ask for as a present!
By   - Writer and teacher from Cambridge on 5/23/2016
So... This stuff is very expensive. I have smelled it a few times at Tigerlily in SF, and even with a pretty good nose on me, I can't smell the special. My advice: don't feel too bad if you never get your paws on it. I think there was a lot of hype spent on the marketing around the exclusivity of this fragrance, as well as the ingredients being rare, but the composition doesn't hold up to the noise, or the trouble that Ms. Vermeire went to to get the goods. Just my humble opinion...
By   - Photographer from San Francisco on 7/27/2015
Highly refined, luxurious, utterly sophisticated. There's much of what I remember true sandalwood to be like, in powdered form, with the upper register of fine rose notes. Complex and balanced.
By   - fragrance blogger from Brooklyn on 11/1/2014
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