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    Default Hidalgo - Myrurgia

    Anyone ever come across this fragrance before, or in fact any of the others by Myrurgia?

    They are very lightly reviewed in in Basenotes (there may be a reason for this...hrmm).

    Found an old splash bottle of Hidalgo in my Father's cupboard which I'm guessing is from the 1970's. Just wondering what it might compare to.

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    Smile Re: Hidalgo - Myrurgia

    Hi,
    Since you have access to the bottle belonging to your father please could you give us all a description of this fragrance !!
    Thanks, David.

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    Default Re: Hidalgo - Myrurgia

    Adolfo Dominguez is part of Myrurgia, which is now part of PUIG. You'll find reviews of those. Unfortunately they don't market their stuff in Germany - I'm really after their 1916. They have a nice website: www.myrurgia.com with a company history that mentions hidalgo as well.
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    Adolfo Dominguez is part of Myrurgia, which is now part of PUIG. You'll find reviews of those. Unfortunately they don't market their stuff in Germany - I'm really after their 1916. They have a nice website: www.myrurgia.com with a company history that mentions hidalgo as well.
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