Recently I participated in a bottle-split of Dior Mitzah, and my package finally arrived! My Scent ‘O’ the Morning still going strong, I was nonetheless generously coating my hide in Mitzah by 3pm Tuesday.
Mitzah smells like a “Best Of” compilation of all my favorite perfumes: Iris Taizo (Iris Oriental), Ambre Fetiche, L’Ombre Fauve, even a touch of Traversée du Bosphore. She opens with flair—amber, iris, leather, rose, followed by powdery violet—a cosmetic powder accord that I’m growing fond of. Neither iris, nor leather, nor violet are listed as notes, so I’ll admit it’s possible these effects are created by other elements 🙂
A stunningly beautiful perfume, but I’m not getting the “must buy full bottle” itch. Mitzah is a familiar fragrance. It smells like that first waft that greets me each morning (and afternoon, and evening, and sometimes in between) when I open up my cabinet to decide what to wear for the day.
Notes: Coriander, Damask Rose, Cinnamon, Labdanum, Cistus, Vanilla, Honey, Patchouli, Frankincense