Ma Folie de Noel (aka My Christmas Folly; Holiday no.6)

Rated 4.33 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)


An anise perfume with a wonderful undertone of creamy sweetness and soft incense notes.


About This Product

This year for my Holiday fragrance I wanted to create a nostalgic scent. One that brings together myriad elements of my childhood Holiday memories with essences found in special desserts and candlelight ceremony; even hints of chill, snowy air. It’s a wonderfully fun and very happy perfume. It really is “My Christmas Folly”! I hope you’ll like it as much as we all LOVE it!!

*  VdP sample vials, as well as Perfume / Extrait mini roller vials, are full.

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3 reviews for Ma Folie de Noel (aka My Christmas Folly; Holiday no.6)

  1. Rated 4 out of 5

    stet (verified owner)

    A few years ago, a well-known cosmetics company produced a bath and shower gel called Black Licorice. Not realizing how polarizing the scent of black licorice could be among the buying public, I failed to hoard this product, which was promptly discontinued. I have been looking for a true “black licorice” scent ever since (and I discovered that most perfumes with a purported “licorice” note actually smell like red licorice, not black). Ma Folie de Noel is it. In the EdP spray, its sillage and longevity are modest, but its dark, delicious uniqueness compensates for these technical drawbacks. Now I might have to purchase the body wash to complete my black-licorice quest!

  2. Rated 5 out of 5


    The first time I wore Ma Folie de Noel, I was visiting Vancouver, BC, Canada. I was checking into an art museum and the clerk complimented me on the lovely perfume I was wearing. The subtle scent of anise lingers with a warm blend of soft caramel and a touch of orange.

  3. Rated 4 out of 5


    I now smell like an anise peach butter Christmas cookie with white vanilla sugar frosting.

    A unique gourmand scent, subtle and soft, reminiscent of Guerlain’s L’Heure Bleue and Caron’s Farnesiana, but less powerful than either of these giants.

    The name translates to “My Christmas Extravagance/Madness” and it certainly brings back the scent of just baked, cooling off pastry of the season.

    Another hit from this constantly surprising enterprise.

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