Hermès will launch Twilly d'Hermès Eau Ginger, a new fragrance for women. Twilly d'Hermès Eau Ginger is a flanker to 2017's Twilly d'Hermès, and follows 2019's Twilly d'Hermès Eau Poivrée.
Twilly Eau Ginger was developed by Hermès house perfumer Christine Nagel. The notes include peony, candied ginger and cedar. Nagel describes the fragrance as sunny and radiant, and as representing the "pop" side of Twilly.
Hermès Twilly d'Hermès Eau Ginger will be available in 30, 50 and 85 ml Eau de Parfum.
(via luxepackaginginsight, elle.be)
Oooh, sign me up!
Consider it done, I’m sure.
Sign me up too!!
You guys can have all of it…I am not a Twilly fan.
Usually you and I are perfume opposites but I am with you on Twilly.
Make that three. Isn’t ginger one of the main notes of the original release? I love Hermès but I don’t think anything could compare to AA Ginger Piccante… ?
I didn’t care for Twilly, but I can see the possibilities in peony, candied ginger and cedar.
BTW, I went around sniffing every peony I could reach from the sidewalk in my neighborhood, and they all smelled entirely different from each other. Makes me wonder if peony notes really have anything to do with any botanical peony or are just a fantasy of what the generous, frilly flower should smell like. ?
I have some peonies on my dining room table right now, and they smell sort of not-good — sweet but a bit garbage-y. The ones that grew at my former house smelled like candied tea roses, though.
I’ve not smelled Twilly, as I always thought it was aimed at people considerably younger than me! I may have a sniff of this, though but personally I doubt any ginger based fragrance will ever be lovelier for me than the original Cosmetics To Go Ginger, which I used for a few years & loved – I haven’t yet smelled the latest Lush iteration of it, but it’s on my ‘to do’ list when the opportunity arises.