Fleur Oriental (2000)
    by Miller Harris

    Fleur Oriental Fragrance notes

    Orange Blossom, Heliotrope, Carnation, Turkish Rose, Amber, Vanilla, Musk

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    (*converted from GBP 65.00)
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    (*converted from GBP 95.00)

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    ftUK's avatar
    Malaysia Malaysia

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    now i knew that this one is feminine. bought it cos it was cheap. powdery perfume is not my thing. so, i don't really like the dry down. opening note, just amazing.
    will give this edt to my mom. she's gonna love it.

    03 March, 2012

    Splash's avatar
    United States United States

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    Fleur Oriental is an easy to wear powdery floral oriental perfect for daytime or the office. The opening is pretty but not moving. It’s the dry down that peaks my interest, I can smell the barest bones of L’Air de Rien in here. When I want an oriental (and sometimes I really do) I’ll reach for the TNT, a micro droplet of Chanel Coco parfum. My sample of Fleur Oriental merely stokes my appetite for a full bottle of L’Air de Rien.

    29 January, 2011

    Francop's avatar
    Spain Spain

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    Am describing the 30ml parfum version...

    Fantastic oriental scent with a beautiful blend of rose, amber, vanilla and spices...

    Although might come across as feminine initially, am comfortable wearing it along with my handbag of testosterone...

    Fantastic longevity and adequate sillage.

    Delighted to have found such a jewel...

    Big thumbs up...!

    26 December, 2010 (Last Edited: 29 December, 2010)

    taliaseki's avatar
    Turkey Turkey

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    It is as spicy as a spice shop in India. I cannon not believe one would get that effect with single carnation note upon amber but that is what i smell. The middle notes are florals which are oriental in name "Turkish roses and Indian jasmine". (probably little of Damascus roses with a higher amount of mogra; all obscured and orientalised by saffron like spice. When cinnamon is added you begin to think of some apples. Any way, this scent is quite colorless ordinary and spicy i suppose...

    09 February, 2010

    Bartlebooth's avatar
    Germany Germany

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    A delightfully understated, yet charming blend of floral whimsy and oriental edginess. One of the better balanced creations from Miller Harris, it has the potential for unisex categorization. Nothing seems to dominate, and this allows the ingredients to weave a very warm and subtle accord that affords the wearer the opportunity to use this on any occasion.

    11th April, 2009

    AnnS's avatar
    United States United States

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    This is definitely in the same ballpark as Shalimar (or even Habit Rouge), but not as sweet or vanillic. I like them for the same reason -- gorgeous softly seductive comfort oriental. FO definitely as a more defined powder accord with small hints of light incense. I think it is very nice, and at times prefer it to Shalimar, which I love as well, but is more sweet. It has medium to strong sillage and good lasting power. It could also be a masculine.

    08 March, 2009

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