After owning #6 I was ready for the plunge into #12. I was not disappointed, it became the olfactory embodiment of spring at my lake house, liberally applied to my Caviliers as well!
It came time to buy another bottle and so I again purchased as LuckyScent. What arrived has a new label design (similar to the special series labels now, not just the big #12). More of a concern was the fact that the juice was now light green and not yellow straw as the previous bottle. And most depressing of all, although the scent is very close, it does not evoke the same sense memory of the original.
Does anyone know why they reformulated the gem into something disappointing?
Does anyone know where to get the original #12 with the yellow juice?
27th December, 2011 (last edited: 29th December, 2011)
Wow ! What an uplifting fresh ,clean scent with the accent on the citrus ,cedar and fresh tea . A savory scent - perfectly done. Absolutely addictive ,unisex. Very elegant, good tenacity
Love this stuff, but couldn't justify buying both this AND the L'eau Rare Matale, which while ephemeral, was really more of what I wanted in a layered and complex tea fragrance. However, thanks to a great sale, I am now the proud owner of BOTH and will use the Hyperessence to boost the delicious aspects of the L'eau Rare Matale and make them last. Bravo.
I had hoped for a "L'eau rare matale extreme" but this is a little too different and I'm not even sure it's stronger or more long-lasting. It's also distinctly black tea, yes, but not as fresh and clean as L'eau rare matale. It's more like flavoured black tea, though which flavour I'm not sure - I pick up both bergamot, jasmine and smoky notes. The leathery/rubbery aspect inherent in black tea scents is more pronounced than in L'eau rare matale, which I personally don't mind at all. I think I like L'eau rare matale a little bit better in it's refreshing simplicity, but they're both very nice.
Man I love this! After smelling this I need to test out the entire PG line.
To me this smells somewhat... salty? Like a lemon with salt and tea leaves on it but the lemon is just there for decoration. Oh and the whole thing was on fire and now is smoldering with smoke. And the projection is amazing due to its smoky nature. Fantastic on me I love it!
This fragrance is sour in an unbecoming way. If it were clearly a citrus scent, that aspect would be appropriate, but this is not really about citrus even though it contains a good deal of lemon. The lemon is paired with pepper, a note that I think is overused. This pairing leans toward dry and sharp, and the addition of cedar pushes it further in that direction. The result was nothing that I would spray all over myself.