Parle Moi de Parfum

Milky Musk

Eau de Parfum

Milky Musk Sizes Available:
50ml $145
100ml $235
0.7ml sample $4
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Here's what other people are saying about Milky Musk...
To add to my earlier review: I tried this along with Tam Dao EDT, and I love both complex explorations of sandalwood. Milky Musk is safer: sweeter, more strongly supported by white musk, vanilla? and the milky smell. Tam Dao is a stiff but floaty metallic silk ikat in odd colors; Milky Musk is weighty, slippery silk. Tam Dao wakes you up and makes you think, Milky Musk is hypnotic and comforting. Tam Dao is cooling and summery; Milky Musk is warm and embracing, better for cooler weather.
By   - Fragrance newbie from Frankfort, Kentucky on 6/6/2020
This is very simple -- sandalwood front and center, and it's complex, nuanced, and not overpowering. Starts "Oh, God, I could DRINK this stuff" sandalwood-and-sweet-vanilla-milk and dries down to a woodier Atlas-cedary sandalwood. I can't stop huffing my arm.
By   - writer - gardener - musician from Frankfort, Kentucky on 5/8/2020
This is an extremely linear fragrance. If you like Lactonic musk and sandalwood, this is for you. But for me, the figgy sweetness came off extremely synthetic, and I found myself craving more depth from the fragrance. Not my favorite. I found Debaser by DS & Durga to accomplish the musky fig accord in a more refined manner.
By   - Winemaking Student from New Rochelle, NY on 4/29/2020
I got this one as a sample. As much as I like musk, musk scents are usually too much for me to wear myself; however, this one is more low key, almost a skin-scent vibe. I haven't decided if I'm going to spring for a full bottle, but so far I like it.
By   - editor from washington dc on 12/17/2019
I got this as a sample and now a full bottle is on the way!!!!
By   - Artist  from Singapore on 9/20/2019
Out of all the unisex samples this turned up to be my favorite. Buying the bottle soon!
By   - Artist from Singapore on 8/19/2019
This is a luxurious spa built of sandalwood in the middle of a fig grove, serving sweet, milky tea. Unisex, complex and yet undemanding, this just melts into a delicious skin scent that I can't stop sniffing. Pretty good longevity, especially on cloth. This is my favorite of the 10 PMDP scents. I wear a respirator for some stages of my artistic work, which I hate, but I rubbed a little of this on the nose of the mask weeks ago and it actually reduces my dread of wearing the damned thing.
By   - Artist from Seattle on 4/30/2019
Sweet transcendental wood. Milky Musk appears at first to play a simple tune but emerges as a sublime, dreamlike concerto. The genius of Michel Almairac in a most worthy and versatile signature fragrance.
By   - Priest from Merimbula, Australia on 8/20/2018
At first this didn't do much for me, but on repeat tries I have come to really like it. It's a very interesting fragrance, moves woody and green/sweet. To me this isn't "musky" or milky, it's intelligent.
By   - writer from saratoga springs ny on 6/28/2017
Parle-Moi walks a line between gourmand and woody here, and it’s a pretty impressive balancing act. Yet again the perfumer’s decision to do a limited set of notes lets their complexities shine; this is sandalwood at its milkiest (and nuttiest) and musk at its softest, with the fig there to keep things a little green and ornery. This started as a 4 on me and modulated into a 5. Give it some time, let that little green spark fire a few times, and see if you don’t find yourself disturbingly entranced with your own wrist for the day.
By   - editor from Seattle on 6/5/2017
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