- Design House: Miller Harris
- Fragrance Notes: Grapefruit, Pear, Jasmin sambac, Daffodil, Mandarin, Violet leaf
- Year Introduced: 2002
Sample a fragrance that isn't cloying or overwhelming with a splash of Jasmin Vert. This signature fragrance from Miller Harris was designed for women who need a fresh and bright perfume that isn't too sweet. Floral notes like Sambac jasmine blend with white florals and green scents. A base of hay and violet leaf is balanced out by grapefruit and crisp pear. This perfume was first released in 2002. The lightness of the fragrance makes it ideal for daytime wear.
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I love the Miller Harris line, and that they are made from all natural essential oils. Jasmin Vert is sensational. It is floral which is true to Jasmine but complex and not cloying or "loud" like many synthetic fragrances. It is cheerful and gives me an energy boost wearing it, but it is sophisticated and deeply satisfying. I would say it can help dress a grown woman age 28 to 70. I recommend owning several Miller Harris scents for different moods (my "basic scent wardrobe" is Tangerine Vert, Figue Amere, Coeur de Fleur, Feuille de Tabac, La Fumee, Terre de Bois, Le Pamplemousse, and Jasmin Vert.)
Written by Seattle Professional on September 03, 2012
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