“The sun has set, but night has not yet fallen. It’s the suspended hour… The hour when one finally finds oneself in renewed harmony with the world and the light,” Jacques Guerlain. This was his favorite moment, when “the night has not yet found its star”. It inspired him in 1912 to create L’Heure Bleue.
The top notes of the fragrance intoxicate you with aniseed and bergamot. The heart’s carnation and neroli accord express delicate sensuality. The powdery, oriental dry-down features powdery notes of iris and violet and gourmand notes of vanilla, benzoin and tonka bean.
The Eau de Parfum is a contemporary version of the Extract and Eau de Toilette.