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Vintage Bat-Sheba Judith Muller Perfume Sample

The Non-blonde Writes of Bat-Sheba, “Bat-Sheba wa […]

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Vintage Bat-Sheba Judith Muller Perfume Sample

The Non-blonde Writes of Bat-Sheba, “Bat-Sheba wa […]
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Vintage Bat-Sheba Judith Muller Perfume Sample

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The Non-blonde Writes of Bat-Sheba, “Bat-Sheba was the most beloved of King David’s wives and the woman who made him lose his head and commit sin after sin just so he could have her. Her first husband was Uriah, one of King David’s generals. The king saw Bat-Sheba bathing on the roof of her house and made up his mind to have her. Bat-Sheba got pregnant while her husband was...

Bat-Sheba EDT by Judith Muller Perfume Decant

Bat-Sheba EDT by Judith Muller Perfume Decant

The Non-blonde Writes of Bat-Sheba, “Bat-Sheba was the most beloved of King David’s wives and the woman who made him lose his head and commit sin after sin just so he could have her. Her first husband was Uriah, one of King David’s generals. The king saw Bat-Sheba bathing on the roof of her house and made up his mind to have her. Bat-Sheba got pregnant while her husband was away on the battlefield, so in an effort to cover up the adultery, the king sent for Uriah. However, the husband refused to go home and see his wife while his soldiers and brothers in arms are in danger. King David then gave orders for Uriah to be placed in the most dangerous post and got him killed. These actions carried some serious consequences for all involved. Death, war and loss followed”

Bat-Sheba is a perfume by Israeli designer Judith Muller and was launched in 1966. It’s possible that Sophia Grojsman was the nose who created it and the Bottle is handpainted and has become a collector’s item in it’s own right. The perfume was most likely discontinued in the very early 80s.

Bat-Sheba is a most likely a fruity-floral chypre. It’s quite more than unusual, actually, and many people do not like it at all. The opening note is floral, and odd, perhaps over-ripened, as are the fruity notes- attractive and repulsive at the same time. These fruity notes do not disappear as the floral notes in the heart of the perfume bloom and take over. The floral notes include carnation, jasmine and ylang-ylang. Because this is “desert country, and cactus blooms in Israel, I suspect the fruit and some flower notes come from the cactus fruits and flowers.

The drydown is honeyed with a continuing fruit quality while patchouli and oakmoss appear, giving the chypre quality to this interesting perfume. I do suggest you try it, for the interest created by this perfume. Your Vintage Perfume Sample will be EDT Concentration

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