Parle Moi de Parfum

Milky Musk

Eau de Parfum

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Simple but wonderful. A super creamy blend of sandalwood and musk with with a faint fig-like sweetness. Don't expect this to evolve over time. It dries down to almost a skin scent. Sexy and intimate.
By   - Engineer from NYC on 2/7/2021
I'm falling hard and fast for Parle Moi's collection. This fragrance is stunning on me. I'm learning that the less notes something has, the more likely it is to get along with my chemistry. On me this is the warmest, smoothest, creamiest sandalwood made juicy and ethereal by the musk and fig. I can't wait to use up one of the bottles in my collection so I can justify getting this.
By   - Chef from Surrey on 1/19/2021
Not what I was expecting at all from the name, but I still absolutely love this. Sandalwood is my favourite woody scent and this is a great one. It's lightened up just a bit by the fig and the trail is where you get the musk instead of when you get up close and sniff your wrist. This house has really impressed me so far!
By   - Chef from Surrey on 12/18/2020
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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