You know when you first walk into a small store and you get the smell of something? That something is the indication that a store has candles for sale amongst their other goods. It just hits you and you know from that scented soy or wax smell that there are candles somewhere in the store. That's what Coral smells like, a candle store. The plethora of all the candles' scents merging into one aromatic cloud and it's confusing. Simplified, a fruity sandalwood and musk.
The fragrant equivalent of bright coral nail polish. An interesting fruity blend, with pomegranate and sweet fig in the foreground. I found it too fruity sweet and had to scrub it off. The tenacious remains are pleasant. A must try if you like very sweet fruity scents and want something a bit different.
Fruity, almost effervescent feminine fruitbasket/flowerbomb.
Reminds me somewhat of Dior's Dune pour Femme -- is it the fig here? I guess so.
Warm, innocent floral heart, with a long and soft sandalwood dry-down. ( Unlike foetidus, I pick up on the sandalwood quite a bit during this stage of the frag's development.)
Morris has deemed it unisex, but I don't get that at all. This is VERY femme stuff.
Wears very, very close to the skin, btw -- you'd think this would be a sillage monster, but (at least on me) it's not.
The first accord is very fruity – the pyramid says pomegranate but my nose interprets peach or maybe fig…perhaps the bergamot has its effect on the fruit notes. Whatever. The persistent fruit note is in control of the fragrance. Gradually a florals appear: A light floral – sweet pea. Besides the sweet pea, I don’t get rose or any other floral in the mixture. The fruit notes remain for the entire run of the fragrance into the long, skin-scent drydown where I can detect only a touch of sandalwood among the fruitiness. Coral is too fruity for me – it seems just a simple, straight forward fruit juice without much variety.