L’Abeille de Guerlain perfume sits in a bee flacon from Baccarat


The queen bee is the essential member of any hive. And just like that, the Bee of Guerlain, aka
L’Abeille de Guerlain, an exclusive fragrance, comes to you in a bottle-jewel with a glass applicator decorated with a silk tassel near the seal. Crafted by the French luxury house Guerlain, the bee’s imperial variant has been associated with the French court since the 19th century, especially for its stylish and unique bottles called Eau Impériale. Designed and cased by Baccarat for Guerlain, the stunning bottle is a true work of art.

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Thierry Wasser created the garden’s fragranced perfume, and each bottle contains 245 milliliters of the scented spirit. The fragrance is laced with notes of mimosa, orange blossom, jasmine, honey, and Lily. Limited to 47 pieces only and is priced at €12,500 ($17,400) each.
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