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    Default Guerlain Eau de Verveine

    Guerlain's Eau de Verveine is missing from the directory.

    Very little information is available for this release on the web (including the fragrance pyramid).
    What I have been able to determine is: lemon, bergamot, verbena, possibly cedar and patchouli (?)

    But here's what we know:

    Originally created in 1872 by Aimé Guerlain, it was resurrected and re-released for a short time in 1974 up until about 1984.
    I would say it is a unisex scent, as are many of Guerlain's "Eau's".


    Feel free to use this photo in the directory (it is my own).

    Last edited by Sorcery of Scent; 23rd April 2010 at 09:39 PM.

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    Default Re: Guerlain Eau de Verveine

    This is what I've done:
    I have made an entry in the directory for "Verveine", as that seems to have been the name of the fragrance when it launched in the 1840s. I've also entered "Eau de Verveine", with 1960 as the launch year.
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