Maitre Parfumeur Et Gantier Perfume & Cologne

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Maitre Parfumeur et Gantier is an elegant perfume for women by Maitre Parfumeur et Gantier. This eau de parfum was introduced in 2005 and has charming notes of citron caipirinha, coco, mandarine jaune, and more that make it unique and mature. The moderate scent isn't overwhelming, so it's perfect for work or days out with friends or family members.
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Maitre Parfumeur Et Gantier has a spicy Oriental fragrance that entices the senses and commands attention. Notes of black currant, bourbon vetiver, precious woods, and green leaves are highlighted with a hint of musk and sandalwood. Ideal for everyday wear, this casual fragrance has a moderate scent that lasts for several hours. Designed by Maitre Parfumer Et Gantier for the mature man with a sense of adventure, this men's cologne was introduced in 2007.
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"Santal Noble" is 3.3 oz. of pure disappointment. Sure, the scent is nice... What would be really nice, though, is if it lasted more than an hour or so, especially considering how much this stuff costs. I expected much better from a cologne costing nearly $100 a bottle! Crabtree & Evelyn's "Sandalwood" is half the price, smells as good if not better, and lasts much longer.

Written by Anonymous on January 18, 2012

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I got my "Route du Vétiver", and Jeez (!), that's something I did not expect: vetiver in rawest way. As a fragrance fan, I have about 23 fragrances from Maître Parfumeru et Gantier. This is the last one, and what a surprise. I can only feel lucky to get something that authentic in this time and age or synthetic fragrances. Thanks MPG. I will be rather cautious and won't recommend this particular fragrance for an "unprepared nose", if you know what I mean. If you want a vetiver-based fragrance, start with Guerlain, or Lalique. This one will appear to you very-very strong. Almost on the edge of not being one, but something else. My st "Route du Vétiver" I was propelled to the edge of rawness, seeing what the real thing look and smell like.

Written by Anonymous on October 04, 2010

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MPG uses the best 'noses", in my opinion, who always create very distinguishable and refined fragrances. I'm very pleased with natural quality of MPG's fragrances. The last ones I purchased - "Route du Vetiver" (stridently clean and vetivery in a very unusual combination) and "Bois de Turquie" (exquisite in its complesxity) are not an exclusion from the rules. Thanks you very much, MPG! Thanks to you, FragranceNet, for having MPGs on your shelves.

Written by Greg on September 28, 2010

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Sanguine Mus. I first tried this scent while visting Paris. I loved it then, and still do. It is light and sensual. Understated, but wonderful when you catch the scent.

Written by Anonymous on September 24, 2009

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Fleurs Descomores by MPG is a great summer fragrance...a hint of vanila and iris I love it!

Written by judy on April 07, 2009

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