Vanilla Marble (2011)
    by Agonist

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    Vanilla Marble is a unisex fragrance by Agonist. The scent was launched in 2011 and the bottle was designed by Åsa Jungnelius

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    50ml EdP

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    Colin Maillard's avatar

    Italy Italy

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    The opening comprises vanillin, cardamom, tonka and sandalwood: the exact same smell of a cough syrup I used to drink when I was a child. A dense, syrupy, creamy, almondy, slightly boozy scent, with a balsamic-medicinal aftertaste. After a while it blossoms up a subtle floral vein, cold and translucid, with something like aniseed and perhaps a patchouli note on the very base. Once the blend progressively loses the syrupiness and "dries" down, it turns into a beach cream scent, à la Bois Vanille or Xerjoff's Shunkoin – same vanilla-almond accord, just less syrupy and more creamy-floral-powdery. The drydown is pleasant, slightly ambery and floral with an overall mellow and lively "talcumness". Overall I'm afraid this does not go much beyond "averagely pleasant", it's decent but a bit uninspired and unoriginal – several similar scents come to mind and sadly, to me this has apparently no extra special features to let it stand out of the crowd (and justify the price).


    10th June, 2014

    Darvant's avatar

    Italy Italy

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    A first blast on skin and...oh God!!!..., exactly the aroma of the tanning coconutty foam i used to layer on the body in the course of the long sunny days on the beach in the summers of my childhood. Overly cosmetic almondy/coconutty sultry juice with a typical (for this type of sunscreens) pungent/penetrating almost salty exotic undertone probably enhanced by a sort of resinous/lymphatic stickiness coming from the figs milk. The aroma, despite the huge number of notes, expresses a pale evolution. The almondy/coconutty tropical orchid is absolutely starring throughout in the middle of the balsams and i would say also the note of tonka plays a determinant role. Carnal, "carribean", sultry and also a tad marine but far to be labelled as a sophisticated, elegant and structured real fragrance. Yes, delicious and evocative but not my cup of tea. Rating medium because of a whisper of nostalgia.

    22nd December, 2013

    Kaern's avatar

    United Kingdom United Kingdom

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    This is all about vanilla, fig and sandalwood and is a very rich rendition indeed. Not everyone's cup of tea I should imagine due to the sweetness, but if you like vanilla based fragrances, you'll love this. I actually prefer this to Guerlain's SDV and it is slightly cheaper, so a 'win win'. Professes to use 'Australian Sandalwood' and it smells good enough to be actually factual.

    08th April, 2013

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