Fragrance Series: Tresor in Love

Fragrance Series

I love this one because it is my mother’s favorite. She wore the original Tresor EDP version which I do have. I prefer wearing the Tresor in Love. It’s a lighter version of the powdery fruity floral.

I used to not like this perfume. Now I know why my mom loves it so much. I love both versions. This one is my almost go-to daily scent.🌹 It’s the rose-violet-peach-jasmine middle notes that sets my heart a-flutter!! Although I never thought of it as a fruity floral as it’s very powdery in the dry down. Maybe because the only fruit I do like in perfumes is Pear 🍐 and this one has it in the top notes.

History

This perfume was launched in March 2010. Created by Dominique Ropion and Veronique Nyberg. It’s a classic perfume but for me it’s like a hidden treasure that I just discovered. I used to wear Lancome perfumes such as Miracle and Magie Noire. Magie Noire is an old classic released in 1978. Miracle came out in 2000 and I wore it then but moved onto other scents. Miracle has since come out in many versions that I’ve lost track of. Maybe I can renew my interest in that fragrance but I’m happy right now with Tresor in Love. πŸ™‚

  • Top notes: Bergamot | Nectarine | Pear | Pink Pepper
  • Middle notes: Jasmine | Taif Rose | Violet | Peach
  • Bottom notes: Virginia Cedar | Musk

Summary: Fresh Peachy Rose Powdery Floral

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~Duchess

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