Mirus The Elysian Fields Perfume Review and Scoreby Therapeutic Fragrance
Who? I See Wearing the Fragrance
Where? I Use the Fragrance
When? The Season I Use the Fragrance
All Year Long
What? Occasions or Events I Use Fragrance
Price Per Millileter
Extrait de Parfum
How? I Apply the Fragrance
Three to Five Sprays
Fragrance Quick Story
I should of started here instead of Amber and oud. Would of had my attention and yours a lot sooner.
Fragrance in my opinion compared to Perfumes Notes
A bergamot and lavender wonder opening with an aromatic of cardamom and a floral softening everything
The heart evolves into something special. There seems to be a great deal of attention on the fragrance notes ingredients. What I mean here is I am so used to this point relying on ambroxan or a synthetic instead of pouring more naturals to give a clean sillage and wearing at this point.
In my opinion the geranium and oakmoss are providing the strength here. Smelling up close yeah those two over power, but in the sillage it’s actually really refreshing and energizing.
I love the category of fougeres but have to say even though I like some of the use of synthetics at this point. I really like the twist here and in my book they will not be docked. You men of men who will only have the classic formula. This might be a little too soft for you at this point it does not have that punch of freshness as almost everything else in this category does, which I think is a good thing. It is awesome to see twists and takes on things.
Notes: Bergamot, cardamom, lilac, lavender, geranium, oakmoss, sandalwood, tonka, white musk
An impressive modern fougère that utilizes a special lavender oil made from only lavender flowers, with the stems and greenery removed, yielding a sweeter scent that is more true to nature. Fragrance aficionados will appreciate the perfumer’s use of natural oakmoss that, when combined with sandalwood, lends just the right rustic quality to the composition. The herbal, fresh qualities of a traditional fougère are skillfully laid out on a base of deliciously rich tonka. This is a fougère to savor slowly.
Suitable daytime and evening, for all but the hottest days.
The Elysian Fields is the first Mirus Fine Fragrance release since 2016's Ceremony, which was a finalist for the 2016 Art and Olfaction Awards. The Eysian Fields is a rich fougere that explores the more sumptuous aspects of this classic fragrance style. The perfumer used a special lavender oil made from just the lavender flowers, with the stems and greenery removed, which yields a sweeter smell that is more true to nature. This rich, sweet lavender melds with Venezuelan tonka bean absolute, natural oakmoss and geranium to form a heady fougere that’s both traditional and decadent.