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Miss Vietnam Hue (Gold)

Miss Vietnam Hue (Gold)
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Miss Vietnam Hue (Gold)

$99.00
Availability:
In Stock
Gender:
Female
Brands:
Miss Vietnam
Composition
Top Note:
Bergamot, Cedarwood, Rose
Middle Note:
Lotus
Base Note:
Amber, Musk
Concentration:
Eau De Parfum
Size (ml):
35ml
Description

Miss Vietnam - Hue (Gold) is fresh and bright floral perfume with a citrus/fruity accord. 35ml, EDP for women.

Miss Vietnam - Hue (Gold) is presented in a fine porcelain bottle fired with purple glazing with hand-painted details of dragonflies and bamboo rendered in gold. Featuring the national dress, the áo dài and wearing the khăn đóng, a circular headdress worn for weddings and formal occasions, this is a stunning perfume to add to your collection.

In autumn, flowers and orchids fall into the Perfume River, upstream from city Hue in central Vietnam. A magical time as the river flows by temples and villages, the perfume-like aroma of the river, the purple sky at sunset.

Miss Vietnam - Hue starts with a burst of citrus and rose notes, softening into the mysterious allure and ethereal nature of the lotus flower. The base notes of amber and musk complete the mystical, exotic fragrance landscape.

Miss Vietnam is an unique combination of traditional ceramics art and advanced perfumery. The collection is inspired by Vietnamese traditional dresses from North, Central and South of Vietnam. The exquisite painting on the bottle is finely hand drawn individually in gold by our professional artists.

Top Note
  • Bergamot
    Bergamot
    Named after the Italian city of Bergamo, the Bergamot orange is a small citrus fruit and is used extensively in perfumery for its sweet freshness. Bergamot has an aroma which is delicate, light and citrusy, sometimes bitter and sour, think of Earl Grey tea! Bergamot breathes life into fragrances, making them refreshing and invigorating blend. Making it a perfect note to energise woody notes and add zing to floral or green notes.
  • Cedarwood
    Cedarwood
    Cedarwood presents a dry and woody flavour with a trace of resin and spice, a sombre note that has a grounding effect on perfume it is used in. Calming and pure, it combines beautifully with citrus notes and aromatics to smooth and soften a fragrance's boquet. Bringing subtlety to men's fragrances and anchoring airy floral notes of women's perfume, cedarwood is used in mainy popular perfumes.
  • Rose
    Rose
    The Queen of flowers, the rose, is an international symbol of love, femininity and beauty. Rose notes can be anything from girly to glamorous, refreshing to opulent. Rose has the ability to effortlessly change the feel of a fragrance, depending on what it is paired with.
Middle Note
  • Lotus
    Lotus
    Lotus blossoms are a traditional Asian essence. Primarily a floral note with a lightly sweetish tonality and delicate ethereal perfume, soft, sweet and fruity. Lotus blossoms have hidden complexities that include watery and aqueous qualities with a hint of aniseed and an earthy damp-pond nuance.
Base Note
  • Amber
    Amber
    The amber note is warm, sweet and rich. A building block of the “Oriental” perfumes it is typically an accord of vanilla and rock-rose with a warm incense undertone of dusky, sombre qualities and brighter notes of cut wood. Of golden colour and natural beauty the Amber note is one of classic glamour and sensuality.
  • Musk
    Musk
    Musk is a timeless note in the fragrance world - it is sensual, warm, captivating, typically described as having an animalistic nature. Also used for fixation and warming fragrance compositions, musk creates a groundwork on which the fragrance is composed. Typically the musk note is used to describe a darker, sensual and musty fragrance when compared to the White Musk note with is lighter, whiter and cleaner.

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