Everything from the name and the notes to the descriptions here say that I should love it, but to my nose, the little spritzes I get (mostly at large airports) say...well, Shalimar. I always thought I'd never get the orange blossom (neroli) note from LHB, but suddenly I do, and it's beautiful!
I loved LHB before, but this adds yet another facet.
She is a masterpiece that simultaneously breaks and mends my heart. It smells like the final years of the Belle Époque.
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This is for the reformulated version btw (my bottle is from 2016).
I agree with many here that it is not as good as the vintage formula, but it still is a wonderful perfume even in its current form. The light from the sky is softly glowing, all you can see is dusking sky and growing dark.
L'Heure Bleue or 'the bluish hour' was created by Jacques Guerlain in 1912.
The fragrance is velvety soft and romantic, it is a fragrance of bluish dusk and anticipation of night, before the first stars appear in the sky.
In addition to the incense, I get anise, almond and iris.