Serge Lutens Le Participe Passe Fragrance Review + Full Bottle USA Giveaway

Serge Lutens Le Participe Passe Fragrance Review
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Serge Lutens Le Participe Passe Fragrance Review

This is my Serge Lutens Le Participe Passe Fragrance Review. Serge Lutens Le Participe Passe is the latest release from Serge Lutens and it’s a resinous, balsamic Oriental fragrance typical of Serge Lutens style of releases. Watch my review to find out all about Serge Lutens Le Participe Passe and please let me know if you’ve sampled this new release?

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Serge Lutens – Le Participe Passe
Eau De Parfum
100ml/$210 – 50ml/$150
“Past moments that surge into the present has many scents. I have interpreted that which most evokes the past.”

Notes: Egyptian balsam, Resins, Fruits

Accords: Fruity, Sweet, Balsamic, Sour, Oriental, Amber, Resinous

Collection Noire Under Resinous and Ambery Category which includes Ambre Sultan and Chergui

Fir Balsam ( Very Sweet, Rich, Sensual, Thick, Oozing Resin )

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Furriner says:

I actually have a bottle of Le Participe Passé and really love it. I don’t get the coffee you mention, but I’ll have to try and notice it more next time I wear it. It is also very similar to Serge’s Bourreau des Fleurs. They’re not identical. BdF is very strong on the charred woods, which I love (I also don’t notice the immortelle everyone else seems to smell). LPP smells a bit soapier in comparison (strangely, because I wouldn’t characterize it as soapy). A third Serge scent, L’Innommable, also shares DNA with both of these, but it is much sweeter in comparison to the other two. Anyway, worth checking out! Le Participe Passé is the cheapest of the three in price. If I could only have one I would choose Bourreau des Fleurs. But the price is prohibitive to most folks.

Mrs Press says:

I’ve been craving Chergui, but it’s still quite hot here so I haven’t caved in the cravings lol.

I do random stuff says:

I’ve yet to explore Serge Lutens, I’ve heard good things about this house..
Great review.

tooka81 says:

Great review!

Hikmat Sher Afridi says:

Thanks for the video review! Fruity with resin sounds great. My favorite from the Serge Lutens are Chergui, Chene and Ambre Sultan. Now will save money to buy the Arabie as you mentioned being discontinued.

tooka81 says:

Great review!

Nahanni Riversong says:

Such beautiful juice color too! Not sure I am in love with the new noir labels however,, but very curious to try this one.. Your reviews really are so so great Sebastian.

nattygold1 says:

Love the old school Lutens: Ambre Sultan, Arabie. Mkk and of course Chergui.

edward gurango says:

Well then, l’avenir est parfait! And yes on Chergui!

Aubre Cummings says:

I love love Serge Lutens CHERGUI … one of the first colognes I bought as I’m getting into this Frag thing. Unfortunately CHERGUI spoiled me- it was a blind buy. Absolute luck, because the two blind buys after that were horrid. I will have to find a way to get my nose on Le Participe

Rich Mitch says:

I watched your serge lutens top 10 (one of my favourite houses), you said arabie reminded u a bit of dried apricots. If you like apricot and serge lutens have u tried daim blond? Apricot and leather… lovely

james weaver says:

Great review Sebastian thank you ZGO perfumery Cafleuerebon for the generosity

Michael Bullock says:

Great review and I enjoyed it and have a blessed day

E J Gallo says:

I love Ambre Sultan and still own 2 50ml bottles

Rizwan Rahim says:

Yes….will check this one.

Smelling Great Fragrance Reviews says:

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GrandmaGaga60 says:

Loved the review, as usual, Sebastian. You always make every fragrance, no matter if obscure, niche or astronomically expensive, very accessible for the average perfume lover. I really enjoy your reviewing style. And that idea of saving a new fragrance for a trip or other significant occasion is new to me but sounds neat…I’m going to try it and see what memories it conjures up later!

pandora p says:

I just re-watched your Top SL video yesterday to help me decide which one to buy as my first SL. I am considering Chergui, Ambre Sultan and Vetiver Oriental. Is Ambre Sultan similar to Private Label? Happy to hear your thoughts. Thanks!

K.C. Angel says:

sounds like another great release from this house!
Thanks again!

Jack L. says:

I haven’t tried it but I was set to pull the trigger on Chergui, WHICH SOUNDS AMAZING, but am waiting for my Le Labo City Exclusive samples. UGH. The idea behind LPP is superb and I will probably start with Chergui….unless I win the giveaway! lol funny. Thanks, yet again, Sebastian!

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