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Yuzu Ab Irato 09 (2006)
by Parfumerie Generale


Yuzu Ab Irato 09 information

Year of Launch2006
GenderShared / Unisex
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 39 votes)

People and companies

HouseParfumerie Generale
PerfumerPierre Guillaume
Parent CompanyPierre Guillaume Diffusion

About Yuzu Ab Irato 09

Yuzu Ab Irato 09 is a shared / unisex perfume by Parfumerie Generale. The scent was launched in 2006 and the fragrance was created by perfumer Pierre Guillaume

Yuzu Ab Irato 09 fragrance notes

  1. Top Notes
  2. Heart Notes
  3. Base notes

Reviews of Yuzu Ab Irato 09

It opens like smelling a real green ripe yuzu lemon, which I loved and then you get mojito. And then... soon... it relates to pine/green toilet product. I hate saying this but it's all my memory has to offer,t... very good toilet product though. I love the name. Sillage is good, but longevity is poor.
11th April, 2017
After the lingering cyborg horror of Azzaro’s Chrome, I am immediately suspicious of perfumes that come in a shade of Listerine blue. The similarity ends there as far as Yuzu Ab Irato is concerned; but this is still a by-numbers oddity. Odd in that it manages an ‘off’ accord of toothpaste mint and sink-cleaning citrus but in the usual wispy Parfumerie Generale style. The major let down is the drydown which smells like a dried herbs and resins concotion that some well-meaning quack might spread on one’s chest when ill, but which would only increase the suffering.
02nd April, 2017
The opening is minty, with references to some acrid, cheap deodorant. The drydown reminds me of Garnier's Pure Active facescrub with some yuzu sprinkled on top. Performance is incredibly low, it disappears quickly. It's interestingly different, it's strange, without smelling like a dung oud. This gets a neutral rating.
15th October, 2016
Short lived fragrant experience for a hot summer day.

Do not buy blind as the price is not right for this Acqua de second...

Medium Thumbs!
07th June, 2016
Genre: Citrus

Yuzu Ab Irato probably wants to be a dry citrus chypre in the mold of Cristalle or Chanel pour Monsieur, but it doesn’t quite manage to cohere. The tart citrus and aromatic notes up top are arresting, but the citrus doesn’t last, leaving a bald aromatic heart that smells an awful lot like lavender scented hand soap. Things eventually do pick up: the mossy, dry green chypre base exposed during the drydown is impressive in the way it manages to be earthy, clean and pungent all at once.

Sillage and projection are quite good for this type of light citrus fragrance, but longevity is not. Yuzu Ab Irato has the half life of an eau de Cologne, and is near undetectable after a couple of hours. Had the citrus accord persisted longer, or the mossy base emerged much sooner, I would have enjoyed this fragrance more. As it is, I like the opening and the drydown, but I think Yuzu Ab Irato spends too much time in between smelling like an upscale bath product.
09th July, 2014
i cannot explain why, but i like yuzu ab irato. in the beginning, when i got my first sample of it, i was disappointed. i was expecting something really brightly fresh and green, while what i got was soapy and very 'quiet'. but by the end of the sample the scent grew on me. it is a quiet scent that stays close to the skin, but it is a lasting one. i especially love the way my clothes / shawls smell of it the next dy after i wore yuzu. for me it works well in the colder days and in the hot summer days. i find it very comfortable and calming. and though i agree it is not a complicated and layered scent (actually, on my skin it kind of stays the same through the whole time, which i as a rule do not like in perfumes), at the moment i am finishing my second sample and thinking seriously of getting the bottle of ab irato.
22nd November, 2011

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