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.