Baghari by Piguet

Baghari

Photo: Baghari parfum via www.robertpiguetparfums.com

Name: Baghari

Brand: Robert Piguet Parfums

Perfumer: Francis Fabron of the original; Aurélien Guichard of the 2006 re-orchestration

Year of creation: 1950 (discontinued, re-launched in 2006)


Pyramid according to H&R Fragrance Guide
:

Top notes: aldehydic fresh
Main: Aldehydes
Supported by: Bergamot, Orange Blossom, Lemon

Heart notes: classic elegant floral
Main: Rose
Supported by: Lilac, Ylang-Ylang, Lily of the Valley, Jasmin

Base notes: sweet, powdery, warm
Main: Bourbon Vetiver
Supported by: Benzoin, Musk, Amber, Vanilla


Pyramid according to perfume databases Parfumo/Basenotes/Fragrantica:

Top Notes: Aldehydes, Bergamot, Neroli

Heart Notes: Bulgarian rose, Iris, Jasmine, Rosa centifolia, Violet

Base Notes: Ambergris, Musk, Vanilla, Vetiver


Notes mentioned by the Robert Piguet Parfums
:

Top notes: Aldehydic Notes

Heart notes: Rose, Jasmine

Base notes: Amber, Vanilla, Musk

Impression of the scent by Robert Piguet Parfums:
Escape and seek a romantic encounter with this exotic elixir. Baghari, warm and alluring, blends a bouquet of rose, jasmine, iris and fresh citrus with powdery amber and natural vanilla.


Classification by H&R Genealogy
: Feminine, Floral, Aldehydic

Classification by SFP (Société Française des Parfumeurs): B4f Floral aldehydic feminine

Fragrance Wheel (by Michael Edwards) classification: Soft Floral, Rich/Profond, feminine

Verdict by Luca Turin: 4 of 5 stars called “orange chypre”

This fragrance is compared to: Chanel No. 5, L’Aimant by Coty, La  Myrrhe by Serge Lutens

You can read my own impression of Bughari here.

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