This is no dime store perfume. With its fresh opening citrus and neroli, a heart of jasmine, rose, tuberose and ylang ylang, anchored by a woody base with resinous styrax, this is a classic floral perfume. This perfume is drop dead gorgeous! Keep away from heat, open flames and hot surfaces.
It is so strong, I questioned whether it was a parfum...
I detect a bit of sweet citrus, which creates the perfect balance for the sharp, spicy carnations. Spring days, women 20+ men 30+ I do hope it follows its notes table because that's the type of perfume I always wanted. Yes, this is that kind of powder.Next
I'd recommend it for something unique.
It has a very... The relaunch was overseen by Patou house perfumer Thomas Fontaine.Next
This smells like dozens of other fine French perfumes we have all smelled before but this is from 1925, when there were fewer classics in the starting lineup.
So, I try to wear it, but have to re-spray or spray my hair and clothes to keep the scent going. The spice of the carnation and the sweet powder are in luscious juxtaposition, and both are kept fresh by the citrus top.
It also has great longevity; 8+ hours.
They also have a classic type feel that is highlighted by their beautiful, 19th century inspired bottles.
Carnation is secondary if not tertiary to the other notes.
Keep away from children. Yes, there is a connection to Patou's star perfume Joy, but whereas that masterpiece exists primarily as a rose and jasmine construct, Deux Amours is a rounded floral bouquet, lightened with bergamot and orange blossom and a grounded in woods and resins. On my skin in particular, Billet Doux smells clean, like old-fashioned soap and cedar chests.Next
The top reminds of Ulrich Lang Apsu, and the heart of Dyptique Philosykos.