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Precious Heart (2004)
by Guerlain

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Precious Heart information

Year of Launch2004
GenderFeminine
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 16 votes)

People and companies

HouseGuerlain
Parent CompanyLVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton

About Precious Heart

Guerlain's second travel retail scent, following last years' With Love.

Reviews of Precious Heart

This is really growing on me. It's a fresh floral without being dull, but it's certainly not the most interesting fragrance out there. I agree that this could be an introduction to the fabulous house of Guerlain for a younger wearer, since it's well made and despite the fresh feel it has a classy feel to it.
26th May, 2007
Osmanthus is the star fragrance note here in Precious Heart. It is a delicate golden flower native to China, and posseses a fruity-apricot floral aroma. Osmanthus dominantes this composition. I have read Precious Heart also contains light cardamom and cedar. I never get the cardamom. The cedar is barely there after a long drydown. This mix has an overall tinge of powdery green, which brings a feeling of spring ~ youthfulness ~ life. IMO this limited edition fragrance would be best suited to a younger wearer...maybe someone just discovering the fabulous house of Guerlain!
12th April, 2007 (last edited: 17th April, 2008)
Upon opening Precious Heart is really green and fruity. Tho, it's not a good quality fruit note. It's very antiseptic smelling. Precious Heart is very long lasting, tho I cannot get pass that insipid antiseptic cardamom fruitiness. This does soften the longer you wear it, but not worth the 2 hours of rotten greens and antiseptic fruit.
10th April, 2006

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