Well its another thumbs up. Not highly enthusiastic but warranted for me. I agree that the tea tree is a little bit loud and it is rather bitter for the first 15 minutes but love the swirling notes that come through around about an hour. Unfortunately on my skin it does start to fade at this point just when it was getting really good.
Oh, and it can be picked up really cheap, though i guess not for much longer..
A very clean, crisp and woody scent with hints of pepper. It's a fragrance that reminds me of a snow covered forest in the depths of a bleak midwinter. The coldness also seems to be reflected in the design of the fantastic bottle too which resembles some kind of modern art ice sculpture. Despite its coldness i'd recommend this to be worn more at the cooler times of the year rather than the hot, balmy days of summer. All in all a fascinating, unique fragrance with good longevity and decent silage.
Well I love this one !
Its very unique , It reminds me of a heavier and slightly sweeter balldessarini.
I just love citrus scents - especially ones that deliver the goods!!!!!
Hail the icicle king. Chilly monarch with his throne set upon a mound of damp, musty winter leaves. Unusual and poetic, certainly, but not really my cup of tea. Rather too cold, distant, and even dreary, to be really wearable?
This is a fascinating production from Nicole Farhi, a fragrant kaleidoscope of exotic vegetal notes forever twisting and changing. The opening is slightly bitter, dry and devoid of sweetness, and it emits a soothing herbal quality that is pleasantly engaging. Beyond the opening, the heart notes are very restrained and the fragrance is contained and mellow despite the presence of colourful ingredients such as snow bark. About an hour in, I became intoxicated by the herbal and musk notes venting a wonderful aura around me. I discerned a vague blackberry hue to the dry down, coupled with an almost palpable spirit of incense. There are undoubtedly similarities with Issey Miyake Bleu, but really only in the early stages, beyond that, it really does come into its own. A very individual fragrance, charming and great fun to be around