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a really great addition from the house of Charriol. strong, full of character. speaks of masculinity but also authority. very dominating with strong saffron incense and some ouds. this stuff is have good longevity and good projection. a fragrance to make a statement, but will not draws compliments (please note cultural difference. in Western world this could be considered uber-exotic)
while Charriol is underrated house that often accused of plagiarism, I found Charriol Royal Platinum EDP is something really fine. it might not have a near-niche quality like Lalique, but Charriol definitely more than just a match to Lanvin's or Carolina Herrera. there's a quality stuff here, sensually seducing like M7 with strange sensual aura of Oud, shrouded with mist of incense that add a powerful persona and saffron that add exoticism. its quite middle-east way but still be able to be pulled by Westerners. a fragrance that speak luxury and exotic places.
30th December, 2012