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Pallas (1975)
by Cotswold Perfumery


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Year of Launch1975
AvailabilityIn Production
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HouseCotswold Perfumery
PerfumerJohn Stephen

About Pallas

Pallas is a feminine perfume by Cotswold Perfumery. The scent was launched in 1975 and the fragrance was created by perfumer John Stephen

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rbaker Show all reviews
United Kingdom
The opening note is heavily infused with clover, with a rather bright and crisp spiciness with a touch of terseness; this all is mixed with a jasmin that develops over time and gradually adding a softer touch. This beginning is unusual and interesting!

The drydown mellows with time, and after a while a touch of saltiness combines with a nice ambergris note that again is crisp and at times has a nigh-tinny undertone, that is mostly agreeable nonetheless. A bit of a herbal twist comes and goes, and I suspect that this is the oakmoss, but it is more a softer mossy version with little of the usual oak moss sharpness. A note not very convincing as classic oak moss, it is a smooth moss so to speak. Further towards the end there are whiffs of a soft woodsy component present.

I get moderate sillage,very good projection and an impressive eleven hours of longevity on my skin.

An unusual springscent that manages - with a few brushstrokes - to create a vivid olfactory picture that is unusual and quite enticing. Overall well made out of good ingredients. 3.5/5.
06th October, 2017

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