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L'Eau du Tailleur (2001)
by Maître Tailleurs


L'Eau du Tailleur information

Year of Launch2001
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 13 votes)

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HouseMaître Tailleurs
PerfumerJean-Paul Millet Lage

About L'Eau du Tailleur

L'Eau du Tailleur is a masculine fragrance by Maître Tailleurs. The scent was launched in 2001 and the fragrance was created by perfumer Jean-Paul Millet Lage

Reviews of L'Eau du Tailleur

I love these L'eau d* something others. They're all the same with very subtle differences. This one is quite natural smelling of citrus and woods. Spicy and light, great summer wear for a pickmeup. Very classy and modern.
17th June, 2009

I find this a beautiful, if generically traditional, fragrance. It opens aldehydic with a green and a bitter-orange leaf accord – much more green than citrus: Quite impressive and very sniffable in a classic way. The middle is classically predictable, too. It’s an iris, conifer, and floral accord, with jasmine and rose comprising the florals… nothing edgy in it, but very well done and quite sniffable. The base? No surprise here either: patchouli, sandalwood, and musk. Traditionally sophisticated ingredients, classic proportions… L’Eau du Tailleur is an excellently tailored fragrance from top to bottom and it has good sillage, good longevity, and strong masculinity in a superiorly generic package. Worthy fragrance... don’t expect uniqueness... don’t expect to be wowed… you have to content yourself with a well-made, nicely performing, attractive fragrance. (Edit of 17 September 2008 review.)

17th September, 2008 (last edited: 16th June, 2009)
An oddball since it hasn`t got that much of attention, not that I thought it deserves it, but it`s kinda weird because this is basically a MPG fragrance. (I even received my sample of this from MPG)

A masculine herbal fougere in a purple bottle. Sort of traditional stuff, thinking of releases after this. L`Artisans Fou d`Absinthe comes to mind. Doesn`t last too long one me.

Notes : citrus, cypress, cedar, jasmine, iris, basil, fig and rhubarb
15th September, 2008

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