Guerlain is issuing a reedition of Mahora (2000) called Mayotte which is part of the collection "Les Parisiennes". The new flacon, a classic Guerlain bee bottle, is different from the original but the juice remains the same. These reeditions usually retail around 140 Euros so grab a discounted bottle of Mahora if you want to smell expensive for less!...
The Mayotte/Mahora perfume is an evocation of the ylang, frangipani, and tuberose plantations found in Mayotte. Jean-Paul Guerlain, the creator of the scent, fell in love with the island in the Indian Ocean, a French overseas territory, and bought a plantation there. It is described as a voluptuous, luscious, and exotic floral. Top notes are neroli and frangipani. Heart notes are tuberose, ylang, and Indian jasmine. Base notes are sandalwood, vanilla, and vetiver.
I was told that another exclusive Guerlain reedition called Quand Vient l'Eté is no other than Terracotta Voile D'Eté, also currently available at several online discounters. The perfume discount market is more developed in the US so seize the opportunity!
Many thanks to Carmencanada for the tip.Sources: Osmoz, Women's Wear Daily