I find it quite difficult to get excited about Miller Harris fragrances – I think if a fragrance doesn’t immediately resonate, it’s a struggle to find anything much to say about it. There are plenty of fragrances that I don’t have a feeling on one way or the other.. I neither like nor dislike and then I’m staring at a blank page for an hour wondering what on earth I can possibly say about it. Miller Harris often falls into that category. But, Cassis en Feuille is a sort of light, fruity, pear-ish scent that settles into the skin very quickly and becomes just a part of you.
With some fragrances, are you wearing it? Is it wearing you? Or do you just immediately settle into a harmonious arrangement, which is the case with Miller Harris Cassis En Feuille. It’s not heady or overpowering. Cassis en Feuille means blackcurrant leaf, and there are definitely notes of that in there – given however, that my closest association to the scent of blackcurrant is Ribena, I don’t know if that’s a good thing or not. Hey, if Ribena made perfume?!
If you like warm and lightly fruity with a teeny bit of green, this is truly lovely – it just kind of fits in – and I can easily understand it as a transitional fragrance between winter and spring. Miller Harris Cassis En Feuille is £65 HERE.
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