Molinard Habanita Perfume

Molinard Habanita - eau de parfum for women

Habanita by Molinard - "This Eau de Parfum is a re-discovery of the alchemy of this mixture of complex essential oils. Habanita offers a new fresh side, whilst maintaining what is essential : strenght, depth, poetry, a touch of originality, unlike any other. Its new box is simpler, more radical : elegant, contemporary, darkand sweet at the same time. It has the same Lalique border especially designed for Habanita, a red and black invitation to discovery and re-discovery."

Perfume House Molinard
Introduced 2012   (Relaunched - original 1921,1924)
Scent Classification Woody Chypre
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Fragrance Notes Top - geranium, lentisque, petitgrain, ylang ylang
Heart - vetiver, nutmeg, jasmine, heliotrope, mimosa, rose centifolia, cedar
Base - amber, madagascar vanilla, sandalwood, patchouli, oakmoss, musk
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Available Products Molinard Habanita - Eau de Parfum 1oz, 2.5oz / $59-119
Molinard Habanita - Body Lotion, Shower Gel 5oz / $33
Molinard Habanita - Candle 6.35oz / $46

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Allure Magazine - April 2013
Molinard Habanita Perfume

Fragrance News - Dollars & Scents -- Don't judge a book by its cover -- or a perfume by its bottle. Fragrance experts single out the best scents under $60 (and explain why "smelling like cheap perfume" isn't the insult it used to be).

Nina Ricci L'Air du Temps, $34 -- Some fragrances start out pricey only to become less so over time for reasons that have more to do with business than fragrance. Scent designer Dawn Goldworm calls L'Air du Temps (a white floral born in 1948) and Habanita by Molinard (woody, powdery, launched in 1921) "grandmothers in the industry." In the U.S. they're sold at drugstores, but in Europe they're found at department stores. If the smell of Habanita reminds you of baby powder, "it's because Johnson & Johnson was clearly inspired by the fragrance," says Goldworm. There have been more expensive editions of L'Air du Temps -- a 2008 one in black Lalique crystal cost $840 -- but the scent smelled no more luxurious than the one you can get at Walgreens.

(Guarnieri, Anne-Marie. "Fragrance News." Allure Apr. 2013: 194-200)

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