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Sweet Absinthe
by Ava Luxe


Sweet Absinthe information

GenderShared / Unisex
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 10 votes)

People and companies

HouseAva Luxe
PerfumerSerena Ava Franco

About Sweet Absinthe

Sweet Absinthe is a shared / unisex perfume by Ava Luxe. The fragrance was created by perfumer Serena Ava Franco

Sweet Absinthe fragrance notes

Reviews of Sweet Absinthe

cello Show all reviews
United States
Sweet Absinthe is appropriately named here. Whether it hits the mark exactlly on absinthe, I am unsure about, but certainly the medicinal licorice reference is there. And this one is sweet, rather a bit much for my taste, but it is again true to it's namesake.

There is a nice creamy woodiness to the drydown, but for the most part this one is rather linear.

Not unpleasant, but a rather simple effort.
10th May, 2013
I've only smelled absinthe once, and I remember it having been far more licorice-y/anise-y than this. What I'm picking up here is more caraway-ish in nature, possibly with hints of some green herbal note -- lovage, perhaps, or maybe even tarragon? Would love to see the pyramid on this odd little beast. There's a definite streak of mint here, as well.

Don't know quite what to make of this one, really. It goes on smelling very medicinal and quite herbal (in a savory way -- think caraway) and soon dries down to a sweet minty smell with woody undertones.

Not unpleasant at all. In fact, I rather like it. Thumbs up? Yes, especially after having smelled another herbal concoction -- Skarb -- this past week and having found it much less pleasant. Still, this one is a definite "try it before ya buy it" frag, no question about that.
18th January, 2008

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