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At first I didn't care for this, but on the second or third try, I came around. It starts out resiny, but quickly settles into a thinly spicy vanilla tobacco that's actually very nice. Doesn't project and doesn't last too long, but good while it's there.
By   - writer from saratoga springs ny on 1/9/2018
A sterling example of why most vanilla scents need to aim higher, and a little to one side; this is the best and most resonant vanilla I've encountered in quite some time and it's actually a licorice-y myrrh, with all the complex bitter notes that implies. (Same goes for tea, and thanks to the perfumer for not wimping out and using the lighter and brighter green-tea note here.) Longevity's not terrific, but then again I'm not sure you want this kind of majesty draped around you all day.
By   - editor from Seattle on 4/20/2016
I really wanted to like this -- but on me, it just fades within 10 minutes to a blah / artificial vanilla. Ick.
By  on 9/30/2012
I really like this. It does fade quite a bit on me, but I like the idea of it. It smells nice enough, the pretty rouge fluid is curious . . . it seems to have more amber than Ambre Ceruleen . . .
By   - medical professional from Alameda, CA on 7/24/2012
warm smooth soft powdery on me a skin scent i love these bottles they are a joy to hold in your hand if you enjoy cozy scents this line is so worth trying!
By   - talent agent from st pete on 7/22/2012
I had such high hopes for Guerlain's Myrrhe et Délires, given its seductive predecessors in the l' Art et la Matiere line. I was shocked that Guerlain's offering left me flat and uninspired while Myrrhiad commanded my attention from the get-go. Myrrhiad opens with creamy almondy vanilla spice and a hint of black tea and anise. It is a tad bitter--but the bitterness is interlaced by smokey incense, which serves to temper its sweetness-- creating a perfect balance. It definitely has a gourmand facet without any over-the-top sweetness. On my skin it remains true to its topnotes, softening to a supple whisper-of- leather scent, creating a cozy aura. This is effortlessly wearable and a true comfort scent with sillage that lasts. Myrrh, black tea absolute, vanilla, licorice. Simple, lovely, enticingly addictive. The only downside is the bottle design. Hideous!
By  on 6/14/2012
This perfume is very, very rich and strong. I could smell it for hours after applying only a little bit from my sample. I love earthy/spicy/woody scents, and predictably loved this one. It was a little sweet on me, even with all that spice. I let my husband have a sniff and he smiled and said "head shop!", but head shop in the very best, sexiest of ways. After a few hours, I dabbed a little Patchouly by Profumum on top and was in sexy-hippy heaven. I do wish that the tea was a little more predominant on me, but other than that, this one is just about perfect.
By  on 11/7/2011
It's always a matter of body chemistry, and I wanted to like this fragrance, for I love myrrh, it made me smell like someone eating licorice Altoids as they shopped for a black leather motorcycle jacket in a Harley store. It wasn't hideous, it's just not the way I want to smell.
By   - Professional from Midwest college town on 11/4/2011
Myrrhiad really is the crown jewel of the Huitieme Art line, with Fareb being a close second. Unique, intoxicating and addicting.
By   - from reno on 10/30/2011
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