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Ninféo Mio (2009)
by Annick Goutal


Ninféo Mio information

Year of Launch2009
GenderShared / Unisex
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 118 votes)

People and companies

HouseAnnick Goutal
PerfumerIsabelle Doyen
Parent CompanyAmore Pacific
Parent Company at launchStarwood Capital Group > Taittinger > Louvre Groupe

About Ninféo Mio

Ninféo Mio is a shared / unisex perfume by Annick Goutal. The scent was launched in 2009 and the fragrance was created by perfumer Isabelle Doyen

Reviews of Ninféo Mio

One of the better offerings by Goutal. It is slightly sweet, spicy, citrusy, nutty, and woody. Creamy dry down.
13th June, 2017
Another quality recommendation from the BN forums. Opens with a massive punch of citrus, but oil rather than juice; galbanum's in the mix to give an opening that's all crushed stems and bitter orange oil. Next come tomato leaves, keeping the sharp green theme on the go before it all settles into a lovely smooth and rounded joy of woods and milky figs. Ninféo Mio is one I can't stop sniffing and it makes me grin everytime I do.
07th March, 2017 (last edited: 08th March, 2017)
A clean scent yet surprisingly is incredibly refreshing and even seductive in it is honest breezy charm.Ninfeo Mio gives a clean feeling but in a very natural way and very unisex.the scent is all about citrus but i find the balance of fresh lemon and bitter woody/aromatic is especially refreshing in the heat and humidity and suitable for daytime and office use.Soothing,Safe, Elegant,Green, Clean, Modern yet Traditional,Cute in an irresistibly light way.

It opens with a magnificent burts of refreshing, lemony, slightlty bitter scent that disappears in minutes but then takes a pleasant turn more toward woody and earthy as this dries the gentle fig leaf combine with a classy woody note makes a real uplifting and calmint citrusy aromatic scent which is healthy.the opening appears more feminine but the dry down is quite masculine and woody.i recommend this scent after a warm bath or first thing in the morning.put your airy dress,pearls,sunglasses and two spray for yourself and your lover and enjoy to walk with him at a summer afternoon.


Longevity?Good on my skin.

18th July, 2016 (last edited: 19th July, 2016)
Opens zesty with spot on natural smelling citruses that are mouthwatering. Soon, the fig makes its presence adding a milky coconut smell, but the fragrance feels very green and fresh overall. Later, in the dry down, the fig/coconut smell is backed up by woody notes that are replacing the tart citrus.
Ninfeo Mio paints a picture for me, one of a green tropical forest in the morning.
07th April, 2016
At first sniff, it's clear to me that this is a fig scent. Therefore, I will judge it based on how well it achieved its figginess.

The purpose here seems to be replication of a meditteranean garden with fig and citrus trees. The citrus notes help tremendously, but sadly the fig accord is not a very realistic one. I could easily tell that it was a benzoin or perhaps a massoia substitution.

Sorry, Annick Goutal, but Philosykos still wins.
16th May, 2015
This is my "happy" perfume! It's the last vestiges of summer to me. Bright, green, wet, juicy. It's lemon drizzle cake and tomatoes ripening on the vine, it's garden parties and the hay harvest. Sends me out of London (where I've lived for 20+years) and back to the sunny Norfolk countryside of my youth. Fizzy and happy, sherbets and sunshine. I hope IFRA don't mess with it.

Edit: a Realised recently that this (Brit TV allusion coming up) that this is equivalent to wearing The Great British Bake Off - it's not sexy in any way, it's homely, gourmand (tomatoes, figs and lemons), fun and warm. The ultimate comfort scent. Happy and juicy. No sex. But please - we're British!
26th September, 2014 (last edited: 07th November, 2014)

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