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Un Jardin sur la Lagune by Hermès Review

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Un Jardin sur la Lagune by Hermès Review
You can experience Venice in a scent, says Hermès, and it wants to do that with Un Jardin sur La Lagune. We say that it’s an attempt that has not been fully realized. The beginning is promising with its sparkling lemon note that stays on for about two hours. Not long enough after, this fades in the background for an annoying strong parade of woods and amber, and goes through an unremarkable drydown. This has moderate sillage and excellent staying power, but it matters little when we don’t enjoy the fragrance.
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We find the lemony opening refreshing and juicy
Has moderate sillage and great performance
The opening doesn’t last long enough before harsher notes enter the scene
Feels abstract mid-phase, but not in a good way
Has a generic woodsy musk drydown

Un Jardin sur la Lagune is the latest addition to the Jardin collection of Hermès as it was officially released in 2019. This time around, the scent is supposedly inspired by the magical experience of visiting Venice, its stone walls and canals. Christine Nagel, who signed the fragrance, included notes of magnolia, sea breeze, Madonna lily, pittosporum, woods and samphire. The art featured on its bottle was done by artist Safet Zec.

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