Describing scents isn't one of my strengths, nevertheless I couldn't help but take a photograph of this divine perfume called Amethyst Éclat from Lalique not only because of its fabulous scent but also because of its elegant look. René Jules Lalique was a French glass designer known for his glass creations - Amethyst Éclat reflects the long tradition of glasswork and I guess it is safe to say that this bottle is the most gorgeous one in my perfume collection.
When it comes to the scent you might be surprised to hear that the look of the bottle doesn't necessarily harmonize with the odor. The design of the bottle can be seen as classic and somewhat heavy and ponderous (well the bottle really is quite weighty), but the perfume smells like a luscious garden full of sun-gorged berries.
Top Note: Blackcurrant, Raspberry, Nashi Pear
Heart Note: Peony, Magnolia, Bulgarian Rose Essence
Dry-Down Note: Violet Wood, Blackberry, Musks
Can you smell the composition?