Rose Kashmirie (2007)
by Les Parfums de Rosine


Rose Kashmirie information

Year of Launch2007
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 31 votes)

People and companies

HouseLes Parfums de Rosine
PerfumerFrançois Robert

About Rose Kashmirie

Rose Kashmirie is a feminine perfume by Les Parfums de Rosine. The scent was launched in 2007 and the fragrance was created by perfumer François Robert

Reviews of Rose Kashmirie

I have reactions to a certain percentage of the roses in this line, which is a little frustrating, as it would be great to smell what others do in these roses. Rose Kashmirie was unfortunately one of these. As soon as I put it on I knew - it immediately became very metallic almost like aluminum. I couldn't scrub it off fast enough.
23rd April, 2015
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Blasting out of the gate with a big, dewy red rose, this one catches you a bit by surprise. There is a dash of citrus, but mostly the rose sets the stage for this fragrance. The saffron is introduced as a dusting, and I find it a wonderful compliment to the predominant rose that softens it and transitions it to the drydown. A soft vanilla over a background musk round this off.

Well blended and perfectly wearable, I find this a thumbs up, but will mention C&S Dark Rose as still my favorite in this category. The longevity is great, although after the initial blast this calms down to a somewhat close wearing rose centered floriental. Do give this a try if a saffron rose is what you are after. It is worthy of a test.

11th April, 2013
The promo puff says this is 'a velvety perfume, a perfume for the skin, with a long and soft wake of gold and silk', and this time they're right. Softness is the right word for the aura of this fragrance – it's foamy, creamy yet light, and persistent without being intrusive. The rose note here (supported by peony) is lightfooted and sure and marries perfectly with the saffron, reminding one of the floral origins of the latter. Forget the plethora of other notes mentioned in the pyramid and sing epithalamiums to this union which brings comfort in its hypnotic little bubble. The vanilla that creeps in over time is similarly subtle and rounds off the experience. Wears close to the skin, but you'll want to draw others into your personal space to share this. One of Rosine's best.
04th May, 2012
I wasn't really expecting to like Les Parfums de Rosine ROSE KASHMIRIE, as its name reminded me of the spice-cabinet perfumes I've tried in the past and never really fallen for. As predicted, I find ROSE KASHMIRIE to be wearable but not compelling, a somewhat uninspired perfume with lots of spices and rose mixed together in a rather haphazard way, composed perhaps with the enthusiasm of an obligatory homework assignment. You win some, you lose some.

The notes of ROSE KASHMIRIE are of the indisputably high quality I've come to expect from the house of Rosine, but I just don't find this particular composition that great. It seems a bit flat, overall. This is definitely more oriental than floral, with a dark, dense component—almost styrax-like—dominating the perfume. Although saffron numbers among the notes, it is not clearly detectable to me in this composition—nothing like CSP Sultan Safran or the AP saffron perfume.

ROSE KASHMIRIE is perfectly respectable, but it doesn't really compete with the many superlative contenders in the congested category of floriental perfumes, many of which unfurl in delectable layers throughout their development. There are literally dozens of oriental perfumes that I'd reach for before this.
05th August, 2011
Les Parfums de Rosine Rose Kashmirie

Marie-Helene Rogeon is the founder of Les Parfums de Rosine and their raison de etre seems to be to see how many different types of rose centered scents a House can make. With that kind of a mission that probably means there is a rose in there for every nose. I am a big fan of Les Parfums de Rosine Rose D'Homme. I also love the mix of rose and saffron I get from both Diptyque's Opone and Czech & Speake's Dark Rose. The 2007 creation, by longtime nose for Les Parfums de Rosine Francois Robert, Rose Kashmirie promised me rose and saffron in an oriental and I was looking forward to it. One of the things I like about Rose D'Homme is the arid dusty rose in that scent, Rose Kashmirie couldn't be more different as this starts with a full-throated roar of rose as lush and full-figured as rose gets on me. The rose is quickly joined by a touch of bergamot and then the saffron shows up and this is what Rose Kashmirie is all about as the smooth saffron takes the top to an enchanting olfactory space. As this develops the rose becomes deeper and slightly sweeter and then a hint of resin adds a slight bit of incense-like sweeteness to the scent. The base takes a turn towards vanilla and a light woody musk. The vanilla is the dominant note and that seems appropriate because the theme of Rose Kashmirie seems to be sweet rose and the vanilla allows that sweetness to develop all the way to the end. For all that this is an intense rose it does not carry a lot of sillage and is mostly close-wearing on me and I like an intense scent that only feels the need to fill up my nose and not the room. The longevity is excellent as have been all of Les Parfums de Rosine that I have tried to date. Once again I have taken a walk in Mme. Rogeon's garden of perfume roses and found a new one to add to my lapel.
03rd August, 2009

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