#1 (For You) Parfum Trouvé Miller et Bertaux

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#1 (For You) Parfum Trouvé Miller et Bertaux

#1 (For You) Parfum Trouvé Miller et Bertaux

Rated 4.60 out of 5 based on 10 customer ratings
(10 customer reviews)

#1 (For You) Parfum Trouvé Miller et Bertaux for women and men of Miller et Bertaux

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“Parfum Trouvé starts with notes of spice chutney, with a heart of radiant rosewood and flowers. The cedar gives the character of the perfume as a base note. A unique concept, innovative, based on the wording of each fragrance with a woody base even allowing the use on different body parts or at different times of the day. Flawless!

The first 3 fragrances created by Miller et Bertaux are made according a unique formula combining the same base that allow to wear them together or separately, on different parts of the body. A unique approach to the art of perfume.” — press release of the brand.

#1 (For You) Parfum Trouvé was launched in 2006.

10 reviews for #1 (For You) Parfum Trouvé Miller et Bertaux

  1. :

    4 out of 5

    I like it but it is just light version of FdB…

  2. :

    5 out of 5

    A tiny stone church at dawn.
    A lily in the hand of a bride.
    A beatific smile.
    A beguiling scent that has a quiet femininity and an expanse of space that makes it quite contemplative, almost spiritual. I own an older formulation of Dolce Vita and while it shares some notes, the effects are vastly different. This scent is a introvert to Dolce Vita’s outgoing warmth. A perfume for a cool tempered Eowyn. I would love to try a Feminite du Bois comparison. I own four Miller et Bertaux scents and I find they all share an intelligent and wearable grace.

  3. :

    3 out of 5

    Nice, subtle fragrance. I like it alot. This is a great “nice girl” smell…way more feminine than I usually like, but it never gets gross and powdery. Soft and just a little sensual.

  4. :

    5 out of 5

    Totally feminine, warm, spicy and mildly sweet.
    It’s so delicate in its own way, It just feels like a luxurious upgrade of your skin.
    I get chutney and spices and ylang-ylang, and the combination is perfect.
    Reminded me a lot of Guerlain’s Aroma Allegoria Vitalising,yet it smells even better.
    It’s very long lasting yet the sillage is moderate – just perfect for me.
    UPDATE – Layered with Demeter’s “Macademia Nut”, it creates a really nice combination. Highly recommended for layering 🙂

  5. :

    5 out of 5

    This perfume, while being simple, certainly possesses a wow-factor, at least to my nose.
    It’s very warm and powdery to the extent of fluffiness, it’s strong, but also silky soft. It’s very feminine, smooth, but still has an “evil” twist: the spiciness of it is very special, I have never encountered such a harmonious hint of spice in a powdery perfume.
    I feel mainly the spice, iris and ylang ylang with musk in the opening, after that the spice becomes softer and softer, and after an hour unfolds a very fresh, sweet lily. Powdery sandalwood is in the background, too.
    Edit: I have just sprayed Femenite du Bois on one wrist and Parfum Trouve on another. Well, these fragrances smell extremely similar, if not the same, in the opening. PT is a bit spicier. Later on, they start to go in different directions. FdB is sweeter and fruitier (the plum note is quite intense), and more dressy. PT is more floral (fresh and naturally sweet lily), and a bit less complex.
    I would say that PT is indeed more wearable. As much as I like FdB, sometimes I get a weird animalic note from it. I’ll put it like this: if you are into plum and cinnamon, go for Serge Lutens. If you are more of a floral person, then M&B is a better choice.

  6. :

    5 out of 5

    Parfum Trouvé is one of my favourite perfumes. Similar to Féminité du Bois, a delicate, sweet cinnamony-plummy-woody fragrance, but less dense, less spicy, less heavy, it is FdB in pastel. The drydown is soft creamy-musky, with a hint of spices. Classy, feminine, elegant with a mischievous spicy twist.

  7. :

    5 out of 5

    Unfortunately I don’t know Shiseido’s FdB, but I know Dolce Vita and Poeme and I feel them and Parfum Trouve similar. (And I find Chopard Casmir similar to DV, too, but to Poeme and Parfum Trouve not…My nose is a big liar:)!) For me they differ only very slightly.
    Dolce Vita has the southern temperament, Poeme the French archness… and I think, Parfum Trouve is like a ‘Poeme Summer’ or ‘Dolce Vita Summer’ edition. I can say, I like this one the best. It’s spicy at first, but slowly turns into a floral-musky-woodsy-soapy scent, lingering with nice but not into-your-face sillage for hours. Good job, M&B!
    UPDATE: I tried FdB and yes, it’s similar, but more serious, to me PT is more likeable for everyday use.

  8. :

    5 out of 5

    Really very similar at femmenite du bois,but without note of incense,honey and rose.So hot on my skin,with a lot of spice ,so persistent and strong,after 5 hours become so sweet(lilly)mmmm……

  9. :

    4 out of 5

    Oh, how I love this perfume! It’s one of my all time favourites that I never get tired of. It’s a softer, milder and more wearable version of Feminite du Bois. I get mainly plum and soft woods on my skin. Someone described it quietly stunning and that’s just what it is. It’s calming, comforting and sexy at the same time.

  10. :

    5 out of 5

    On me it has a smell of a soap… expensive soap. It is creamy with a hint of Iris, maybe Musk. Warm, relaxing scent. I think it rather should be a bath foam.

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