Bat Sheba was the first perfume in 1966 and very soon Judith Muller became known in Israel for her painted bottles in an antique style. Many of her perfumes were available in Israel as a gift set and they looked like an archeological souvenir and even more were produced for export.
The last time I saw her was several years ago in Hungary during an exhibition of Hungarian beauty queens and pioneers in the cosmetic industry. Her perfumes can be found on eBay and are always a beautiful surprise.
Bat Sheba (feminine) - an oriental perfume with very contrasted green-rose notes (cactus-rosewood) over a vanilla/cocoa/ balsamic/chypre-woody base. It is an original and strange composition that smells like a vision of the desert. It has a IBQ woody note mixed with soft powders. It is the most original from the line with a special dark honey effect on the skin.
Sharon - a floral (jasmine-rose) aldehyde perfume with soft chypre-fruity-ambery notes, close to Arpège and Madame Rochas. The main idea is a chypre-mossy-fruity accord.
Judith - a floral (jasmine-orris-carnation-orchid-hyacinth) aldehyde perfume with green chypre notes and powdery animalic undertones, close to Charlie, very radiant and tenacious. It's green, then floral, then powdery mossy.
Bat Sheba (masculine) - an oriental fougère with strong aromatic top notes over a very rich sandalwood-patchouli-mossy base like Men's Club / Balafre over a strong synthetic woody leathery base (like in Chanel pour monsieur EDT concentrée or Aramis).
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