In homage to its loyal customers, from Paris and all over the world, who despaired at no longer being able to wear some of their favourite fragrances, Guerlain is rereleasing a number of its highly sought-after masterpieces in an exclusive collection. And which better case than the iconic Bee Bottle, Guerlain’s emblematic bottle created in 1853 by Pierre-François-Pascal Guerlain for the Empress Eugénie, to contain these olfactory treasures? Les Parisiennes collection was born. Faithfully following the very vocation of the collection, Les Parisiennes welcomes in 2018 a deeply regretted and highly demanded fragrance: Moscow, from the collection “Une ville, Un parfum”. Baiser de Russie pays tribute to the Muscovite and her “boho chic” look, reinventing with audacity the richness of Russian traditional bohemian style. Pine needles, Jasmine and Cranberry notes blend in a fruity musky floral and ultra-feminine perfume which echoes the heartbeat that pounds through the Russian capital. The fragrance is showcased in the iconic Bee bottle, which exceptionally takes on an oh-so-chic 125 ml format. The bottle nests in an amethyst “leather feel” case (that can be turned into a jewellery box as you wish).
Fruity musky floral. Feminine, radiant, sparkling. Top notes : bergamot, plum, pine needle, lemon, absinthe. Heart notes : cranberry, jasmine petals. Base notes : caramel, sandalwood, tonka bean, white musks, vanilla.
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The fragrance is composed as an homage to Russia. Fresh woody resinous notes of pine needle evocate green and dense Russian forests while a red berry note -the cranberry- lights up the fragrance.