Oriza L. Legrand Muguet Fleuri Giveaway Winners

Lily of the Valley, or Muguet.

Lily of the Valley, or Muguet.

Random.org has spoken, and I have the names of the fifteen winners for the huge Muguet Fleuri perfume giveaway so generously provided by Oriza L. Legrand Parfums (“Oriza“).


There were 92 people who entered, and Random.org selected the following 15 names:

Shawna LiskStephanAna (A.)RnoceanThe Ascetic LibertineCarolyn GudgelNemoImeldaCarolineMalmaisonToraNancySGMegan in St. MaximeMaybell, and Anita M!

Kafkaesque Oriza Muguet Fleuri Winners

Congratulations to you all! You will each get ONE 10 ml travel spray of the new Muguet Fleuri from Oriza L. Legrand.

You have THREE (3) days to contact me with your shipping information. I will then forward that information on to Oriza in Paris. The deadline is end of the day, 11:59 p.m. Central Standard Time in the U.S. on Monday April 21st. Please send an email to Akafkaesquelife @ gmail . com  (all one word, scrunched together) with the necessary information.

If I fail to hear from you within the deadline, I will give the gift to the next person on the list shown above, and/or move the winners up by one.


Oriza will send the prizes directly to the winners. Given that the company is located in the Paris, it may take some time (up to 2 weeks, depending on your location and Customs processing) for you to receive your gift. It may take even little longer if your country has really nightmarish customs issues.

Neither Oriza L. Legrand nor I am responsible for items that are destroyed by customs or that are lost in transit for some reason.


I would like to thank you Oriza’s two owners, Hugo Lambert and Franck Belaiche, for their enormous generosity, kindness and thoughtfulness in offering so many wonderful prizes. They have put their heart and soul into Oriza, trying to stay true to its great legacy, working to keep it relevant in today’s modern world, and doing it all on their own. I wish them nothing but the greatest success, and I fervently hope that this giveaway sparks more interest in a venerable house that goes back almost 300 years. 

Source: allpolus.com

Source: allpolus.com

I also hope the winners will let me know what they think of Muguet Fleuri when they receive it and have the chance to try it. 

For those who didn’t win today, you can always order samples of Oriza’s creations directly from the company. Almost all the fragrances (except for  Foin Fraîchement Coupé) come in a sample set that costs €9 for a total of 7 fragrances, each in a 2 ml spray vial. Oriza’s international retailers are also listed at the end of this post.

As a side note, if you are the U.S., Luckyscent will soon carry the entire Oriza line — including the new Muguet Fleuri, the soaps and candles, sometime this week. If you are in New York, you can always try Oriza’s fragrances at JuJu s’Amuse, though I don’t know if they’ve received the new release yet.

Thank you to everyone for stopping by, and have a lovely weekend.

Cost & Availability: Muguet Fleuri is an eau de parfum that comes in a 100 ml or 3.4 oz bottle, and costs €90. Muguet Fleuri is available directly from Oriza’s e-store. A great sample set is also available from the e-Store (scroll down midway to the page and it’s on the right.) The set includes 7 fragrances in the range, except for Foin Fraîchement Coupé, with each scent coming in 2 ml spray vials. The whole thing costs a low €9. Separate shipping is listed as €9, but a friend said he was charged only €7. Oriza ships globally, as I’ve had readers order the sample set from all over. In the U.S.: Luckyscent should get the Oriza L. Legrand line next week. Right now, it is carried at New York’s JuJu s’amuse. It has two locations, and I’ve provided the number for one, in case you want to check whether they do phone orders: 100 Thompson Street New York, NY 10012, with Ph: (212) 226.1201; but, also, 1220 Lexington Avenue (at 82nd Street), New York, NY 10018. Other vendors in Europe: Oriza’s perfumes are also sold at Paris’ Marie-Antoinette (which was my favorite perfume shop in Paris), as well as one store in Sweden. In the Netherlands, the Oriza line is carried at ParfuMaria. Germany’s First in Fragrance also carries the Oriza Legrand line, but Muguet Fleuri is not shown on their website at this time. Oriza L. Legrand is also sold at a few places in Japan. For details on those retailers and the Swedish store, you can check Oriza Points of Sale page.

24 thoughts on “Oriza L. Legrand Muguet Fleuri Giveaway Winners

  1. OMG! I’m so stunned and happy to be one of the winners! Literally pinching myself. 🙂 I just sent you an email with my information, Kafka. Thanks so much to you & Messieurs Lambert and Belaiche for this generous gift!! I’ll definitely write in and let you know what I think!

    • I can finally write in about this, having given it some time. I wasn’t familiar with lily-of-the-valley scents prior to this one, and I have a feeling I will be spoiled for life because this one is so, so *good.* And I say that as someone who generally doesn’t want to smell like a garden. But everything you wrote in your review, about how it’s basically a spring forest in a bottle, is absolutely true. I didn’t know how I’d feel about it at first–it starts out so floral, in a way that seems almost indolic, if that can even be what I smell–so I knew I’d have to give it a few tries. I’ve always worn it on warm days. On a day when I was anxious, it gave me that nice feeling of zen you said you got from it, and I was really grateful for that. More recently, things have gotten a bit rough, and my usual spring go-to’s were not cutting it, not even my beloved Orange Sanguine. I’m so sad right now, and the weather is finally warm and sunny, and nothing in my tiny perfume arsenal was appealing or seemed right and then I remembered the Muguet Fleuri and I grabbed it like a life raft, and it is the perfect choice. So for that reason and many more, I’m so glad I was one of the winners, and so glad I have my 10ml of this. I think it’s going to get a lot of use. Thanks again, Kafka.

      • I’m so, so very pleased to hear that you love it, my dear. How wonderful! I only wish that it were cooler weather right now for you, so you could see how it would work in that sort of environment. I suspect it would be much crisper and fresher, instead of possibly “indolic.” (I’m not sure what you mean by that in this context.) Regardless, I’m so glad that you’re enjoying it. 🙂

    • Well, all it takes is one person not giving me their address by the deadline, and you’ll be next. 🙂 But I already have 8 names/addresses that I’ve sent off to Paris, so maybe you can just drop Hugo a line and ask to buy a sample of Muguet Fleuri. I’m sure he remembers you from your visit to the store. 🙂

    • My dear Vagabond, one of the winners did not contact me within the designated time period. So, you’ve been moved up and are now one of the winners. Can you send me an email with your contact address?

  2. Thank you so much for the awesome prize Kafka ,Hugo Lambert and Franck Belaiche!!So happy to be one of the winners. Sooo curious about the Muguet I recently fall in love with Chypre Mousse and I need Full Bottle and Horizon was also good so I’m curious to try another scent. Muguet Is one of my favourite flowers and note in perfumes:) Thank you 🙂

  3. Yay,I’m one of the winners!And isn’t it amazing that before knowing this,I was actually wearing Chypre Mousse all day?Thank you,the details email has been sent!

    • Muget Fleuri arrived already! Did a quick test this morning, and staying power, sillage and quality of materials are all very good. I always test pre-shower in case I hate something, so it’ll be interesting to see if it develops over time (it was LOTV soliflore during the time I had it on). Thanks again.

  4. I am so excited to win this. I can’t wait until it arrives! If like to say thank you to Oriza for the generous sample and Kafkaesque for having the drawing!

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