Guerlain Mouchoir de Monsieur is a timeless aftershave for men. Mouchoir de Monsieur by Guerlain is an Oriental fragrance for men. Mouchoir de Monsieur was launched in 1904. The nose behind this fragrance is Jacques Guerlain.
The worldly gentleman’s perfume: With a nod to seduction’s indispensable accessory and the turn-of-the-century’s emblem of good taste, Jacques Guerlain signed one of the very first men’s perfumes. “Mouchoir de Monsieur” marries citrusy freshness and the vivaciousness of aromatic notes with the subtlety of a fougere accord nuanced with delicately powdered wood. Originally presented in an escargot-inspired bottle, today it is presented in the historic “Bee” bottle engraved with the favorite emblem of his Excellency the Emperor: a constellation of 69 bees symbolizes Napoleon’s empire. Since its creation, the “Bee” bottle has evolved yet it retains the same spirit it had at the time of Empress Eugenie, and it has become one of the hallmark bottles of the house of Guerlain. Each honeycomb and each bee on the bottle may be custom painted in gold and, upon request, initials may be added to personalize the bottle.
Fragrance Description: Aromatic Citrus Refined – Elegant - Sublime Composed of rare and noble essences, the perfume takes flight with top notes of citrus and aromatic accents leading to floral notes of rose, jasmine and neroli on a woody dry-down enveloped in a whisper of powder. Top notes are lavender, lemon verbena and bergamot; middle notes are tonka bean, patchouli, cinnamon, jasmine, neroli and rose; base notes are iris, amber, vanilla and oakmoss
Perfumer's Secret: When traveling, slipping generously perfumed cotton handkerchiefs into your luggage allows the scent to delicately permeate your clothes.