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Spicy notes quickly give way to a light and refreshing base in Mandragore, a perfume from Annick Goutal. Released in 2005, this casual women's perfume has a top note of black pepper that smells rich and spicy, while base notes of ginger and boxwood add a deeper tone to the fragrance. The addition of bergamot and mint adds a light note that keeps the other scents from overpowering your senses. Apply a dab to your wrists before heading to the office or while doing errands around town.
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Explore the mysteriously elegant scent of Mandragore cologne by Annick Goutal for a fruity yet masculine aroma. The scent is a subtle one, with top notes of black pepper and bergamot blended with mint, mandrake, and star anise, which create the fruity overtone that marks the aroma. The dry down is smooth, with the fruit lingering over a base of boxwood . The fragrance for men was introduced in 2005 and is intended to provide a casual scent that remains lightly on the skin.
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Mandragore

Eau De Toilette

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Mandragore

Eau De Toilette

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Mandragore

Eau De Parfum

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My daughter calls this 'gypsy perfume'. It is really very unusal. Quite spicey and potent when you first spray it but very quickly softens to a light fragrance. I'd buy this for someone who is a bit of a hippy - even if they don't wear perfume, it'll look good on their shelf.

Written by Jacquie on November 16, 2011

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I love Petite Cherie and have worn it for about 10 years, but this I love even more! Best fragrance ever.

Written by LMK on December 06, 2010

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Smells clean not overpowering love this for daytime use.

Written by Jamie on July 19, 2010

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Love it.

Written by Anonymous on June 07, 2010

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'Mandragore.' Even the name is mysterious. This is from a Himalayan flower, kind of a mandarin orange base; light, clean, different, casual, dries fast. I collect Vetivers; I don't particularly like Annick Ghoutal's vetiver, but his (her?) Mandragore is deeeee-lish. Beautiful bottle.

Written by Elegant Gent on April 21, 2010

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