Our Thierry Mugler Mugler Cologne samples and decants are rebottled by Scent Split from genuine fragrance bottles. Scent Split is a wholly independent entity not affiliated, connected, or associated with Thierry Mugler.
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Original bottle not included with sample/decant purchase. Scent Split rebottles the genuine fragrance into smaller bottles.
In creating Mugler Cologne, Thierry Mugler tried to copy the scent of an ordinary soap he brought from Morocco, which he liked very much. The fragrance was created by Alberto Morillas in 2001. The composition starts off with sharp and clear green and citrus notes, followed by a soapy accord. Hence, this fragrance is an extremely fresh scent of cleanliness. Top notes are bergamot, neroli and petit grain. There is a mysterious “S” note at the heart – a molecule kept in secret. The base is formed of white musk.
Smells great I love it
I really like this scent. I've never worn it before so I can't tell you the difference in reformulation or anything like that but what's being bottled right now is very pleasing.
This one reminded me of a few others in my collection like Mercedes Benz Colgne or Versace Man Eau Fraiche. It doesn't smell like them, but it gives me the same feeling. I really like it for a hot summer day just out of the shower
The initial blast of this is great — citrusy, green, clean and soapy. Then it almost immediately dries down into a boring, barely-there scent sort of reminiscent of Irish Spring. I've read this smells like Creed Vetiver and am excited to purchase that next, as I actually tossed my 5ml in the trash. It's just not worth it having mediocre fragrances.