A fruity chypre fragrance in a unique Collector's bottle embellished with 23.5 karat gold leaf and delicate botanical design.
This fragrance, created in 1919, paid homage to the Japanese heroine of Claude Farrère's novel "La Bataille."
To mark the fragrance's 100th anniversary, Guerlain is celebrating Mitsouko's Japanese lineage by inviting a calligraphy artist and an artisanal manufacturer from Japan to reinvent the so-called "upside-down heart" bottle.
The design features a plum tree traced in black ink expresses the discreet strength of the character Mitsouko, a multifaceted woman whose passion and serenity are symbolized by the flowers in tones of red and white.
Top notes: bergamot.
Middle notes: peach note, may rose, jasmine.
Base notes: spices, underbrush notes, vetiver.
2.5 oz./ 75 mL