Guerlain Shalimar Parfum Initial L’Eau Si Sensuelle
Guerlain Shalimar morphs with each edition appealing to a new clientele. The innocent and voluptuous Eau Si Sensuelle adorned with powdery pink feather is a flanker of the 2011 hit Guerlain Shalimar Parfum Initial. The original Shalimar (or the home of love in Sanskrit), one of the biggest successes of Guerlain, was created by Jacques Guerlain in 1925. The garden was the stage for the romantic passion between Mumtaz Mahal and Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan.
Thierry Wasser, Guerlain’s nose since 2008 and the creator of Christian Dior’s Addict and Hypnose by Lancôme, opted for bergamot and grapefruit combined with fresh green notes. From India, Egypt and Grasse, Thierry Wasser selected the most enchanting varieties of Grandiflora jasmine, the cult flower at the heart of the famous Guerlinade.
“The composition of this fragrance opens with sparkling and dynamic wave of bergamot and grapefruit combined with fresh green notes. Excitement and additional energy are provided by neroli blossom surrounded by the most prominent ingredient of the composition—elegant jasmine. Composition brings iris and roses in a warm and sensual hug of tonka and vanilla,” says the perfume house.
Guerlain Shalimar Parfum Initial L’Eau Si Sensuelle (60ml bottle – €66)) is expected to hit shops in on January 21.