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Technique Indiscrete… Monarchy, Indiscrete & Eau d’ Anvers review

The next three perfumes from the Technique Indiscrete line we'll be looking at today are Monarchy, Indiscrete and Eau D'anvers.


Monarchy is a beautiful floral scent that opens with a familiar citrus accord but very soon the flowers appear, freshly cut and vibrant. The perfume was inspired by the everyday life of the Belgian royal family so it's no surprise that the dry down has a very elegant, luxurious feels while still remaining subtle, rich and velvety. It leaves a soft yet unmissable trail of lovely woods and amber and a hint of sweet vanilla.

Notes: Bergamot, Lemongrass, Kashmir, Geranium, Lavender, Lily of the valley, 4-leaf clover, Rose, Ambrette, Amber Accord , Dry wood, Virginia cedar, Coumarin, Musk, Sandalwood, Vanilla


Quite an intense floral, mixed with ripe, juicy fruits, It brings to mind images of hot summer days playing in the garden among flowers in full bloom and eating fruits with ice cream. The tuberose in the heart stands out a bit more than the other flowers and has a caramel essence to it, almost edible. The musk / wood accord in the base helps balance the composition and brings a feeling of contentment just like the one you have after a beautiful day out well spent.

Notes: Bergamot, Fruits from orchard, Mandarine, Rose, Jasmin, Tubereuse, White Musk, Soft Wood, Caramel, Vanille, Chypre Accent

Eau d'Anvers

A wonderful blend of rose and tobacco, strong, smoky and seductive. Apple and orange blossom welcome you before the rose makes its entrance, bold, honeyed and wrapped in patchouli. The tobacco and spices enhance and elevate the scent to another level as it transfers you to a precious spice and flower market where all the rare goods and resins from around the world were sold for exorbitant prices. It lingers on the skin for hours, making you feel like an exotic prince/princess

Notes: Apple Blossom, Orange Blossom, Indonesian Patchouli, Honey, Rose, Spices, Tabaco, Myrrh, Cistus from Spain, Vanilla from Madagascar, Musk

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