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Mohur has a spicy opening, before offering a gentler floral heart, thanks particularly to a pairing of rose and almond milk. The more oriental base blends several different woods with tonka bean and vanilla, as well as a leathery facet. Perfumer: Bertrand Duchaufour.

At a glance

A visit to the Taj Mahal


Lush and refined, Mohur is a fragrance created by Neela Vermeire in collaboration with perfumer Bertrand Duchaufour. Vermeire was inspired by India to create a line of fragrances as “an act of deepest reverence for the traditions of the mother country.” Mohur evokes Noor Jahan, the wife of Emperor Jahangir, who lived during one of the most flamboyant periods in India’s history. The word ‘Mohur’ comes from Sanskrit; it is the name of a gold coin that was used in India until about a century ago.


Eau de Parfum 1.9 oz.


The facetted cylindrical bottle is adorned with a ribbon and a coin-like metal disk.

  • No rate for this perfume 11 october 2013

    I love the history for this scent and the coin decoration. This is the Neela Virmeire fragrance I want to try first.

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