Ne m'Oubliez Pas 2015

Version from 2015
Ne m'Oubliez Pas (2015) by Guerlain
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Ne m'Oubliez Pas (2015) is a popular perfume by Guerlain for women and was released in 2015. The scent is spicy-floral. The longevity is above-average. It was last marketed by LVMH. Pronunciation
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Fragrance Pyramid

Top Notes Top Notes
PlumPlum CardamomCardamom
Heart Notes Heart Notes
CarnationCarnation CinnamonCinnamon ImmortelleImmortelle RoseRose
Base Notes Base Notes
VanillaVanilla AmberAmber PatchouliPatchouli MossMoss


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Submitted by Danina, last update on 06.06.2023.
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This scent is only available at the Guerlain store Champs Elysées.


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Plum Desire
Guerlain composes a fruity treasure. The notes are listed but to my nose, I only smell a few: a very juicy plum/rose compote and a drydown of the same fruitiness with a bit of a darker edge. I'm doubtful it is the patchouli, or perhaps it is but mixed with other spices like cinnamon. A really lovely perfume.

The sillage is incredible. It does remind me a lot of the Guerlain Oriental collection in terms of the power and profile of this scent. If you spray it on clothes, be prepared to be bathed in the scent for several days to come. There is a jammy, syrupy quality to this. The best part is that right under the juiciness, which lasts throughout the development of the perfume, there is a bright balsamic note that keeps things interesting. The quality and nuance of Guerlain is why these perfumes are world famous.

Fortunately, I am left satisfied with a similar perfume that hits all the same marks as NMOP: Plum Japonais. It also opens with a juicy plum note, though PJ is much sweeter while NMOP is sour. There are spices and woods that come out in both. PJ is much darker and broodier while NMOP is on the feminine side. Luckily, I prefer the widely available and fairly-affordable Plum Japonais. I love the NMOP bottle and the perfume is divine but PJ has a skankier/sweeter vibe.

P.S. I also detect a faint similarity between NMOP and Guerlain's latest Ambre Eternel.
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