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17/17 Richwood (2010)
by Xerjoff

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17/17 Richwood information

Year of Launch2010
GenderShared / Unisex
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 45 votes)

People and companies

HouseXerjoff
PerfumerJacques Flori

About 17/17 Richwood

17/17 Richwood is a shared / unisex perfume by Xerjoff. The scent was launched in 2010 and the fragrance was created by perfumer Jacques Flori

17/17 Richwood fragrance notes

Reviews of 17/17 Richwood

Thumbs up, but there is too much patchouli here. The rose and amber/vanilla balances well. Trouble is the dirt from the patchouli rears it's ugly head. The patchouli is fine in making it more complex..if it is used sparingly but I keep getting whiffs of dirt, which clash with the vanilla.
$600? No. Like it or not, price figures in my reviews and this is NOT worth the price.
13th July, 2017
This smells like a sandalwood and vanilla fragrance somewhat in the style of Chanel Egoiste, especially after the Xerjoff signature notes burn off after about an hour. I like the wood used in this. It has a nice texture to my nose, slightly powdery in moments.
21st June, 2017
Stardate 20170609:

Shampoo and cherry-pie. Nothing else really. Base at 9 hr mark is a bit better. But I guess it is just shampoo note wearing off off by then.
09th June, 2017
bokaba Show all reviews
United States
Type: Sweet Amber

Richwood is a sweet amber fragrance. The materials are excellent, but it doesn't go much beyond a sweet ambery accord. Given the name, I would have expected more sandalwood and even oud, cedar, etc.

25th November, 2016
This review is going to be short.
A simple and quality creamy vanilla and sandalwood along with rose and patchouli (maybe some coffee as well!)

At the beginning I can smell a sweet vanilla which is creamy and very delicious along with some faint coffee note, soft sandalwood, lots of patchouli and some rose in the background.
The patchouli note gives the start a sharp aromatic and kind of peppery aura but because of creamy vanilla and rose it calms down.

As time passes patchouli settles down a little bit and rose gets stronger along with a little stronger sweetness (still creamy).
Smells nice with good quality (not great) but $700 for this scent is a big NO, NO!
Projection is above average and longevity is around 4 hours on my skin
30th April, 2015
Intriguing swirling opening of pissy grapefruit with blackcurrent and hypnotic C&S 88 rose and sandal. There’s a hint of something here that the nose interprets as poisonous (like bitter almond odours), which is quite addictive. Settles into a patchoulied sweetwood in the mid phase with a hint of grape soda hanging over it. The deep drydown is mainly a sweet sandal. What disappoints ultimately is the muddiness of this creation (bar the top) that slathers all the fine ingredients that Xerjoff claims to be using. Sniff the drydown of Richwood blind and you’d be hard pressed to associate it with a brand that represents the ultimate in nicheosity.
20th August, 2014

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