There are 4 reviews of Vanille Fleuri de Tahiti.
Delicious un-complex fragrance more properly ambery/benzoinic than vanillic for the most part of the short evolution and with a touch of old-school feel that you can detect by soon since its beginning dominated by a sheer aqueous ambery vibe with a touch of well modulated bergamot (far less prominent, the latter, than in the more floral and equally dark Vanille Noir du Mexique from the same brand). The note of ylang-ylang is soon wonderfully influencing with its touch of exotism and the slightly spicy amber-ylang ylang-vanilla combo conveys us for a while in the far exotic souther lands of the Pacific. In this phase i still detect more precisely amber and benzoin that effectively the vanillic presence while i don't smell frankly any (neither faint) fruity/floral presence able to imprint more changeability to an hardly evolving juice. The exotic light amber keeps on to be mastering till the end when the vanilla turns more easily out in a really well calibrated way and this is a sort of vanilla/tobacco agreement with dark accents as surrounded by hints of darkening incense, "smokey-tobacco like" tonka and soft woods. Exotic.
Pros: Fluidy amber/ylang-ylang for long than vanilla with tobacco undertones.
Cons: Lack of complexity."
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