Oh, no! My Eau du Sud by Annick Goutal is almost finished!
Eau du Sud is a citrus fragrance made of bergamot, mandarine, verbena, peppermint, basil, patchouli and oakmoss.
It was created in 1997 to memorize Annick's travels to Provence and Tuscany.
Luckily I have another bottle of AG scent! It's still in a grey purse...but not for a long.
Last time in Paris I bought Eau du Charlotte, which Annick created for her stepdaughter Charlotte in 1982.
It's an interesting sweet floral fragrance made of blackcurrant buds, mimosa, cocoa and vanilla.
I don't usually go to a flowery scent, but as mentioned before this one has an interesting twist.
(if you're wondering what that pink stripe is, it's a reflection of my shirt, sorry!)
Got some samples as well.