When I think of Lolita Lempicka Eau de Minuit, also known as L'Eau de Minuit, the word forbidden comes to mind. Its bottle is shaped like an apple, which is considered to be a hidden fruit in some religious traditions. The first name of the fragrance, Lolita, is the title of a novel where the protagonist has forbidden desires. The juice of the fragrance is very sexual, and this trait is forbidden in some cultures. Lolita Lempicka has made a very intelligent and alluring perfume for all women who like to be hidden, or do hidden actions, occasionally.
Launched in 2004 as a limited edition, L'Eau de Minuit is the nocturnal version of Lolita Lempicka. This perfume has been characterized by many perfume critics as being sensual and very voluptuous. It begins with anise, ivy and myrrh. Myrrh gives it a scented lush feel. The middle notes are licorice blossom, iris concrete, amarena and jasmine. Jasmine transforms this fragrance into a "night" scent. Finally, it dries down to tonka bean, musk, benzion and vanilla. Benzoin makes L'Eau de Minuit very sensual. Its juice is housed in a sexy dark violet-hue apple-shaped bottle.
So, what do I think of this fragrance? I love it, and I think every sex goddess should wear it. Even though I am obvious of the male persuasion, I can imagine myself as a voluptuous young woman, and using this fragrance as "the-night-on-the-town" perfume. I know that by wearing it, I would attract the hottest guys at all my night spots. This fragrance is really that alluring. I highly recommend Lolita Lempicka Eau de Minuit for all foxy ladies who want to invite all men, and a few women, to their forbidden lairs at night.
It comes as a 40 ml and 80 ml eau de parfum and as a mini-bottle as a perfume extrait. This fragment can be found at most online perfumeries.
Source by Lawrence Johnson Jr