Despite the “Monsieur”, LJdML is by far the most feminine of the Hermes Jardin series. In direct contrast to its bracing, green ancestors, LJdML is a sweet, delicate floral. The star is a bright, fresh jasmine note, completely stripped of jasmine’s usual headiness. It’s a Baby’s First Jasmine jasmine, which just so happens to be the only kind of jasmine I can tolerate. Oh, Jean-Claude, you shouldn’t have! (In all seriousness, Jean-Claude Ellena is my Imaginary Perfume Bro. He spends half of Diary of A Nose talking about how much he loves Japan, so you just know he’d be totally down for a Studio Ghibli marathon. Let’s make it happen, JC.)
I have no doubt that I would wear LJdML, especially on these gorgeous 70 degree days that we’ve just started having, but I don’t think I would actually buy a bottle. There are so many fresh jasmine fragrances out there, even if this is one of the prettiest.
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5 thoughts on “Hermes Le Jardin de Monsieur Li”
This sounds really pretty. So far I haven’t really liked any of the Hermes scents, but I do really like the Hermessences. Perhaps I should give this one a try, I’m really craving pretty, feminine and delicate florals.
I really got to try LJdML. Sounds like a sort of jasmine fragrance I would love. Hermes being one of my favourite house, it’s definitely promising.
By the way, Kiki’s Delivery Service is my “pick me up” animation. I used to have a black cat called Jiji. 🙂
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I plan to try Le Jardin de Monsieur Li but it has been a while since I wanted to wear even the one “garden” that I have – Sur le Nil (hmmm… I have to try if the last 10 ml in my bottle are still fine).
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It sounds really all floral and feminine indeed. But you’re right, jasmine scents are not so rare. Still, I’d love to try it.