Jasmin Vert is one of the Nouvelle Edition fragrances from Miller Harris, and has notes of boronia flowers, green mandarin, grapefruit, jasmine sambac, rose, jonquil, violet leaves, santal, foin absolute.
Jasmin Vert starts very bright and effervescent, with a touch of citrus and hints of sweet summer fruits. It stays bright and summery as it dries down into a ripe, full jasmine with subtle traces of jonquil and hay. It is perhaps a tad indolic, but not overly so. My nose is probably jaded by all the deep green scents I am wearing this summer (Miller et Bertaux no. 3, Gobin Daude Sous le Buis, and CB I Hate Perfume CB 93), but I find it lightly green at most.
It is a wonderful summer perfume for jasmine fans. However, it is not a sheer scent by any means, and the atomizer on my bottle is very powerful — perfect for decanting, but not so wonderful if you want to apply a small amount to your wrists. I finally gave up and decanted it into a smaller splash bottle.
I love the Miller Harris packaging. The boxes are very bright and cheerful and the bottles are decorated with botanical prints. Jasmin Vert is now available in 100 ml bottles of Eau de Parfum. It was originally released as an Eau de Toilette, and that is the only version I've tried. The lasting power for that concentration was average (3-4 hours).
For buying information, see the listing for Miller Harris under Perfume Houses.