Vanille Fleur 2012

Vanille Fleur by M. Micallef
Bottle Design Martine Micallef
We may earn a commission when you buy from links on our site, including the eBay Partner Network.
7.2 / 10 36 Ratings
Vanille Fleur is a perfume by M. Micallef for women and was released in 2012. The scent is floral-gourmand. The production was apparently discontinued.
We may earn a commission when you buy from links on our site, including the eBay Partner Network.

Main accords


Fragrance Pyramid

Top Notes Top Notes
Heart Notes Heart Notes
Base Notes Base Notes


7.236 Ratings
8.029 Ratings
7.128 Ratings
7.830 Ratings
Submitted by Kankuro, last update on 22.04.2022.


2 in-depth fragrance descriptions

14 Reviews
Just Peachy Keen
I bought this wonderful scent the other day and was decanting some to a good friend. The sweet smell of peaches and vanilla we're imbedded in my finger tips and I couldn't stop wafting this rich, creamy and most decadent perfume. The vanilla is so scrumptious intermingled with the peach and then when it starts to dry down there is subtle rose that emerges. I didn't know I liked peach so much but Hubba Hubba this is delightful and I am sure it will get people's atte
0 Replies

819 Reviews
Helpful Review 4  
Vanilla and Rose Surprisingly Smell Good Together...
Vanille Fleur opens with a very sweet vanilla that is not of the powdery nor bean variety, coupled with a nice natural rose note that never upstages the sweet vanilla, but does not play second fiddle either. This rose resembles the rose in By Kilian's Rose Oud to some degree; straight forward and somewhat "feminine" but unsullied and pleasant. In the scent's heart a peach note emerges to mingle with the sweet vanilla and rose duo to form a trio that remains through the end of the scent, with the vanilla taking more of the sole starring role in the later stages of the dry-down. Projection is average and longevity is above average.

Vanille Fleur is a beautiful scent that is just as much about the rose as it is about the vanilla. The scent is relatively minimalist and linear, with just three notes really making an appearance. As such, you would think the scent might be a bit too thin or unbalanced, but actually it works rather well and the peach used as support is extremely well-implemented here (unlike another rose scent I recently tried, Rose Etoile de Hollande by the late great Mona di Orio). Vanille Fleur is quite on the "feminine" side of the spectrum and most likely will work better on a lady, but either sex can indeed pull this one off. If there is anything that is a bit off-putting here, the sweetness is a bit over-done to my personal taste but admittedly it is no sweeter than other Micallef scents like Gaiac. My guess is that sweet scent lovers will be mighty impressed with this effort and other folks will be too. Vanille Fleur is yet another winner from one of the most consistently superb houses around and earns an excellent 4 out of 5 stars.
1 Reply


This is how the community classifies the fragrance.
Pie Chart Radar Chart

Popular by M. Micallef

DesirToxic by M. Micallef Ylang in Gold (Eau de Parfum) by M. Micallef Royal Vintage by M. Micallef Note Vanillée (Eau de Parfum) by M. Micallef Ananda (Eau de Parfum) by M. Micallef Mon Parfum Cristal by M. Micallef Gaïac by M. Micallef Ylang in Gold Nectar by M. Micallef Patchouli by M. Micallef Watch by M. Micallef Pure Extrême (Eau de Parfum) by M. Micallef Shanaan by M. Micallef Gardenia / N°41 by M. Micallef Ananda Nectar by M. Micallef Mon Parfum by M. Micallef Royal Muska (Eau de Parfum) by M. Micallef Mon Parfum Pearl by M. Micallef Osaïto by M. Micallef Micallef Studio - Vanille Aoud by M. Micallef Jewel for Him by M. Micallef Secrets of Love - Délice by M. Micallef