Fleur d’Iris Maitre Parfumeur et Gantier

4.25 из 5
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Fleur d’Iris Maitre Parfumeur et Gantier

Rated 4.25 out of 5 based on 8 customer ratings
(8 customer reviews)

Fleur d’Iris Maitre Parfumeur et Gantier for women of Maitre Parfumeur et Gantier

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The iris flower, whose name origins from the Latin word for rainbow, has a wide spectrum of colors. Its luxurious femininity inspired Maître Parfumeur et Gantier to create this fragrance as a part of the Les Fleurs Divines collection. The flower of iris symbolizes sophistication.

In this perfume, iris is associated with rose and jasmine flowers, sweet violet, rich amber and vetiver.

It is available in 100 and 200 ml bottles, as well as 500 ml refills. Fleur d’Iris was launched in 1988.

8 reviews for Fleur d’Iris Maitre Parfumeur et Gantier

  1. :

    3 out of 5

    reading the reviews I guess I am at odds with most of them because this perfume for my sensibility stands for a great classic iris-perfume. of course as with all comparative reviews one sees how a perfume works different to different people. I immediately loved the ‘Maitre Gantier et Parfumeur. Fleur d’Iris” as such, that I am on my second flacon. I love iris, love violets, love rose (which seems barely detectable here but no problem, therefor we have ‘Rose Opulente’). there is the floweraspect which is lovely. then there is the earthy aspect predominantly in vetiver. the foremost characteristic I would give to this perfume is that it is ‘chic’, soit. in the same way Estée Lauders ‘Knowing’ is and Theo Cabanels ‘Oha’. the powderiness with which the violet and iris surround you feels you can go on the street feeling like a million bucks. I love the Rose Opulente, Datura Secrète and well, Fleur d’Iris of this chic perfume house.

  2. :

    5 out of 5

    considerato che l’iris è uno dei pochi fiori che riesco a indossare senza problemi, oggi ho provato questo profumo, con grandi aspettative. l’apertura è buona, verde di un vetiver amaro che scompare quasi subito lasciando il posto ad un bouquet (è il caso di dirlo!) fiorito che mi ricorda mitsouko, senza quella meravigliosa complessità. qui l’iris si riconosce appena e, in realtà, piuttosto che costituire la nota predominante della struttura, funge da sostegno polveroso ad una rosa saponosissima. la persistenza è scarsa, ma tutto considerato non è un male (visto l’effetto sapone camay).

  3. :

    5 out of 5

    I found “Fleur d’Iris” utterly boring even though it was actually interesting at the opening. The problem I’m having (and it seems I’m not alone in this) is the fact that it’s a power fragrance for the first hour and then poof I’m left with something blant and so boring I instantly forgot what I’ve put on.
    For me “Fleur d’Iris” was about iris, here it’s very sweet, paired with violets and giving a heady powder-power house for an hour. I also get the weird “green” vibe and vetiver making this stand out a bit. In the first phase I did not get any other flowers except violet and iris. Well, after that first oomph hour, I do get some rose, it’s paired with musk. At the start of the second phase there is still some iris/violet left, but very soon those two fade away completely. Therefore I must say that this perfume was true to it’s name only for the first hour, after that – roses and musk. Faded completely within 4 hours.
    Not worthy of the price tag, imho. Far better iris scents out there.

  4. :

    5 out of 5

    I am an iris lover but this one was not for me. The green notes and very strong vetiver were rather overpowering, at least to my nose. I like my iris a tiny bit sweeter. This was almost bitter and even though the iris was nice, it has too much “baggage” to wade through in my opinion. Many people will love it. I’m swapping it.

  5. :

    5 out of 5

    A tricky one. So Iris that there is barely room for anything else. So earthy that it only barely registers as pretty. It’s well made, but I don’t really want it.

  6. :

    3 out of 5

    There’s some iris in this EdT, mostly a dry, powdery, orris-like accord, but it’s fairly well muffled by other synthetic-smelling things that don’t even reflect the other flowers that are listed in the notes. I’m not sure what they are, but they do go away in due course, leaving an iris-violet scent that’s extremely strong for an EdT, so strong that it almost burns my nose. Oddly, the super-strength phase only lasts a couple of hours, fading to a rosy musk that lasts a couple more hours. In the beginning there’s too much sillage, in the end too little. There are so many outstanding iris scents out there that I can see no reason to choose MPG Fleur d’Iris.

  7. :

    3 out of 5

    Maitre Parfumeur et Gantier FLEUR D’IRIS is a very nice and, as far as I can tell, original rose perfume. Upon initial application, I was rather confused, since it did not really smell like iris. In fact, rose is the central floral note, and iris serves only as a complement. I do not smell much violet at all. Although violet often plays an important supporting role in iris compositions, here it is the rose and amber which prevail.
    Yet there is iris, too, which seems like darker orris root rather than the flower itself. All in all, this is a pleasing combination, and I would recommend FLEUR D’IRIS not to iris but to rose lovers. Definitely worth sniffing, if you like rose, because this one is not like the others. Neither vintage-y and dry, nor fruity and sweet, nor rosebush in a blender, FLEUR D’IRIS is really unique, albeit misnamed.

  8. :

    5 out of 5

    It seems inevitable that iris should always find a partner in violet, which I’m starting to come to terms with – but to suffocate the flower that gives this perfume its name with honey-sweet rose is unforgivable. Not that the result is bad, mind you, just poorly named.
    Eventually, when the blooming bouquet subsides, the powderiness of iris attempts to take center stage, but not without the greedy jasmine and all-eclipsing amber trying to shove it back behind the curtain. Throughout the show, the noticeable presence of the grassy/woody vetiver prevents this from being a purely floral affair, which to me is its saving grace.
    And yet, for all this competition for the spotlight, none of the scents are strong enough to be detected beyond a couple of inches off the skin, and after an hour you have to breathe deeply with your nose in direct contact with your wrist to figure out if any smells are still there.
    I have a hard time thinking of this fragrance in terms other than a comically disorganized short community play. It butchers the intent of the playwright, but the genuinely effortful execution nonetheless brings a smile to your face – and before you get tired of this farce, it is over. Unfortunately, the tickets for this show far from represent its quality (and length), in my opinion. For a bit more money, I would rather enjoy Frederic Malle’s Iris Poudre, which seems like-minded in intent and far superior in delivering the scent of the promised flower.

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