La Route d'Emeraude

Eau de Parfum

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A perfectly nice white flower oriental, with a mildly "old lady" dry-down. Nothing offensive, nothing outstanding.
By   - artist from california on 4/26/2021
La Route d'Emeraude is a gorgeous and uncomplicated bouquet of creamy white flowers and clean musk. The opening note of honeysuckle is the closest to the real thing I've ever found in a fragrance. The vanilla really shines in the dry down, when the fragrance transforms into a sheer clean skin scent. Fans of Heeley's sorely missed Ophelia must try this, it's an almost perfect match.
By   - Writer from Portland on 12/25/2020
I've gone through hundreds of fragrance samples from different companies, and only a handful have managed to capture my attention and imagination in a noteworthy way. La Route D'Emeraude is one. It reminds me of a big luscious fruit popsicle, all melting and wet, dripping onto warm sun-kissed skin. It's juicy, sweet, and intoxicating in just the right ways. It has insanely good longevity. This is an underrated glittering gem, and I'm excited to be one of the first to put in a review for it!
By   - Writer from Portland, Maine on 10/19/2019
At first this reminded me strongly of Parfums de Marly's Safanad, since both are very sweet with orange blossom dominating. But when I tried a side-by-side test, Route d'Emeraude was the classier, more elegant one. Next to it, Safanad, while lovely, seemed like a fragrance for a much younger woman, with the vanilla and pear notes standing out. I find I prefer Route, which is more complex, deep, and mature. I wouldn't mind a little bit of oakmoss or vetiver to temper the sweetness just a tad, but as it is, this is a gorgeous, lush fragrance that I'm delighted to have found. Sillage is also impressive compared to many niche EDPs.
By   - novelist and lady-in-waiting from Atlanta on 3/21/2018
A pretty and authentic but ultimately one-note honeysuckle/jasmine. Not sickly-sweet.
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