Eau Claire des Merveilles

Eau Claire des Merveilles

2010 Creation
Woman Gender
Floral - Woody Musk Olfactory groups
Olfactory pyramid
Heart Notes : Spices, Floral Notes
Eau Claire des Merveilles
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Eau Claire des Merveilles echoes a few of Eau des Merveilles’ notes, but in a less oriental way. The top note sparkles with dashes of citrus and is slightly aldehyde. An ‘airy veil of floral notes’ appears in the heart then makes way for a powdery, woodsy, slightly vanillic trail with an ambergris feel to it.

At a glance

An airy and fragrant tale


With Eau Claire des Merveilles, Hermès reinterprets their Eau des Merveilles, designed in 2004 by Ralf Schwieger and Nathalie Feisthauer. After the sweet, woodsy Eau des Merveilles, the more intense Parfum des Merveilles, and the more gourmand Elixir des Merveilles, Eau Claire des Merveilles constitutes the fourth chapter in this fragrant saga. This ‘Eau Claire’ is a composition of powdery and airy notes enhanced with floral and woodsy accords. The whole has been reinterpreted with maestro by Jean-Claude Ellena, Hermès’s house perfumer.


Eau parfumée 1.7 and 3.4 oz.


The ‘tipsy’ bottle – which echoes the shape of the other chapters in this saga – holds a yellow-orange juice. The transparent glass flaunts the fragrance’s name in a pixelized type-face, as well as a swath of stars, like a miniature Milky Way. The facetted base allows it to tip to the right or to the left, whichever you prefer.

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