Craft (2010)
    by Andrea Maack

    • Launched: 2010
    • Type: Shared / Unisex / Unspecified
    • Availability: In Production
    • Perfumer: Unknown - Let us know
    • Bottle Designer: Unknown - Let us know

    Average Rating: 3.5

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    Craft Fragrance notes

    Aldehyde, Elemi, Cold metal, Ice, Cedarwood, Patchouli

    Craft information

    Craft is a unisex fragrance by Andrea Maack. The scent was launched in 2010

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    odysseusm's avatar

    Canada Canada

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    To my nose, very similar to Heeley Cardinal or Odin NY 07. The aldehydes make this fizzier than those others, and for a while it also is spicier and woodier. The dry-down is identical as far as I can see -- a woody, warm incense scent.

    19th December, 2014

    alfarom's avatar

    Italy Italy

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    Such a nice surprise.

    Craft is often compared to Heeley's Cardinal and I've to say that, for the most part, I agree that they share more than one similarity. With that said, Craft's aldehydes blast is really pushed to the maximum to enhance the waxy element of this incredibly delightful incense. As a matter of fact, if I were to draw a parallel with another fragrance, I would still drop Cardinal's name but I would probably go with the candle version over the body fragrance. The result is an extremely sparkling and clean dry fragrance with a remarkable metallic aspect that provides an overall aloof vibe. Very nordic and hyper-minimalistic waxy incense at its best.

    Fans of the coldest CDGs, take note.

    28th March, 2014

    Darvant's avatar

    Italy Italy

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    Craft is a well made minimalist aldehydes/dry woods/frankincense connection with its initial (almost icy, projecting, transparent and "molecular") aldehydic vibe, a central incensey liturgical soul, a resinous core of the forest (pine resins and needles) and a sort of almost lacteous (finally soapy/resinous) undertone coming up from the elemi resins. There is a remote smoky undertone probably elicited by seasoned dry woods. The evolution is short and un-complex while the aroma is absolutely heavenly, introspective and silent. While at the beginning the olfactory cloud is almos dusty, damp and gasseous the final consistency is somewhat resinous, darker and warmer. The cedary incensey linearity is finally (in the deep dry down) enriched by a dry patchouli touch (woody and earthy, slightly conjuring up a sort of Etro Patchouly enveloped in a sombre mystic intense incensey cape). Meditative and almost esoteric experiment. I admit the lack of class (which is may be not necessary with this genre of perfumes) and complexity (probably in line with the typical minimalist Andrea Maack's olfactory approach) but I use to deeply enjoy on myself sometimes such types of aromas (in the course of intimate and solitary moments).

    27th February, 2014

    Caltha's avatar

    Sweden Sweden

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    Craft is a warm woody incense and that's about all I can say about the fragrance. I really like this genre and Craft is as good as any, but it doesn't stand out in any way. Well, except perhaps by not actually being an incense fragrance according to the notes - I guess that's just an illusion created by the combination of metallic notes and cedarwood.

    12th March, 2012

    Persolaise's avatar

    United Kingdom United Kingdom

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    The heavenly aroma of Badedas soap bottled as a wearable perfume! Yes, it's derivative, but the chestnuts and pine combo is quite endearing.

    04th March, 2011

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