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Series 2: Solar Donkey Power by Henrik Vibskov (2009)
by Six Scents Parfums

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Series 2: Solar Donkey Power by Henrik Vibskov information

Year of Launch2009
GenderShared / Unisex
AvailabilityIn Production
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HouseSix Scents Parfums
PerfumerLouise Turner

About Series 2: Solar Donkey Power by Henrik Vibskov

Series 2: Solar Donkey Power by Henrik Vibskov is a shared / unisex perfume by Six Scents Parfums. The scent was launched in 2009 and the fragrance was created by perfumer Louise Turner

Reviews of Series 2: Solar Donkey Power by Henrik Vibskov


Bergamot-heavy opening notes: not at all subtle, not at all delicate, presenting a big bergamot that quickly gets even bigger when it is joined by a big geranium note. For a while the bergamot / geranium is powerfully aromatic. This opening doesn’t smell synthetic but, like many big bergamot notes, flirts with being a bit too close to Lemon Pledge. Besides LP, it also reminds me of a bit of those inexpensive perfumes young girls wore when I was young – loud, pleasant, and over-applied. Possibly also working the accord is the sage… I don’t get a solid sage aroma, just the aromatics from it. The strength of the opening does settle down to normal in due time but the opening is quite lengthy.

It takes a while for the basenotes to appear, and the wait ends in disappointment… moss. Nice but I just can’t find it fulfilling. The pyramid says patchouli, incense, and pine, but to my nose those are suggestions rather than actualities. I wish they had even a bit more presence… #3: Solar Donkey Power ends up being a bergamot / moss disappointment.
17th February, 2015
Notes: bergamot, sage, geranium, patchouli, moss, incense, pine.

Revised review, downward.

Coneheads note -- this has very little pine that I can detect.
Opening is a very brash, plummy, fruity bergamot. Not unpleasant but dominant. Agree with foetidus that the bergamot is probably overdone.
Sage (minor) and geranium (moderate) emerge.
But the next element to hunker down is patchouli. Bleh. Earthy-metallic and tangy. Can't stand the stuff.
When patch-o burns off, we are left with an acceptable salty-moss note.
But where is the pine?
And why the dippy name? :P Please.
08th May, 2012 (last edited: 25th May, 2015)

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