Parfums de Marly Herod

 Parfums de Marly Fragrance Samples

Herod, which original name was King Herod, is a victorious stallion of the 18th century. He was a powerful horse that was especially good for short distance routes. Exuding a smoky Vanilla scent, the magnificence of the stallion is personified by the blend of diverse notes found in the perfume. Starting at the base with woody notes of Vanilla Pods, Cedarwood, Vetiver, Patchouli, Cypriol and Musk, the fragrance boasts of floral middle notes of Osmantinus, Tobacco leaves, Frankincense and Ciste, topped off with fresh notes of Cinnamon and Pepperwood. A combination that is both royal and exotic, the new Herod is truly an echo on the stunning reputation of its namesake.

Concentration: Eau de Parfum

Perfumer: Olivier Pescheux

Released: 2012

Gender: Masculine Fragrance

Availability: In Production

Type: Woody - Spicy

Top Notes
Cinnamon, Pepper Wood

Heart Notes
Osmanthus, Tobacco Leaf, Frankincense, Labdanum

Base Notes
Vanilla Pod, Woods, Atlas Cedar, Vetiver, Patchouli, Iso e super, Cypriol, Musk 

 

£3.55