Guerlain - Mitsouko Timeless beauty of tangy peaches and sharp grass.
(Mystery) Created (1919) by Jacques Guerlain,
a fruity chypre parfum with top notes of bergamot,
lemon, mandarin, neroli and peach (C14 aldehyde),
heart notes of jasmine, rose, ylang-ylang and clove on
base notes of sandalwood, myrrh, oak moss, cinnamon and musk.
The name means ‘mystery’ in Japanese and comes from the
heroine of La Bataille a best selling novel by Claude Farrere,
which tells the love story between the beautiful wife of a
Japanese Admiral and a young British naval attaché.