Housed in an Art Nouveau-style bottle designed by Georges Chevalier.
With almost 200 years of history – Pierre-François-Pascal Guerlain first founded his boutique in 1828, becoming a sought-after perfumery lovedby aristocracy and royalty – Guerlain hits all the right notes with the Mitsouko eau de toilette. Characterised by a sense of mystery, the fragrance takes its name from the heroine of the bestselling novel La Bataille. Her incredible story and strength inspired perfumer Jacques Guerlain to create this equally daring fruity scent with a hint of spice.
- Eau de toilette
- Fragrance notes: Peach, Jasmine flowers, May rose, Spice, Underbrush, Vetiver