When it is first applied, Cannabis Flower does smell like cannabis to me. I recognize those sharp, alto-resinous, wild-green notes – they smell very relaxing to me. And since this is a review of a Demeter fragrance, that’s about the only point there is to discuss. Of course, being a Demeter it is not at all shocking that the scent has little longevity, and, knowing that when I plunked down the money for a pick-me-up bottle, I can’t complain about the longevity… it’s a Demeter.
I guess that completes my review: I believe it smells like it is supposed to smell, and it lasts just about as long as I expected it would, and I think it smells really good, so this has to be a thumb’s up. I truly enjoy this one – makes me wish I lived in Washington state or Colorado or, possibly… the Netherlands.
Like most people who see 'Cannabis Flower' I deeply interested to try from the namesake alone - a Dutchman who never try Cannabis Flower?
Cannabis flower is rather simple -yes, linear- green herbal fragrance with bitter-sweet quality. it have certain dry-like characteristics which smells like dried flowers and it could be pretty annoying if you keep smelling it. Its quite unique on its own right if you're into dry-herbal fragrance. However, the longevity and projection is really short and vanished into the thin air far too quickly.
Overall impression : average fragrance with linear notes, its rather boring fragrance with short projection and longevity.
A friend said that she really like Cannabis Flower, so I think it would be really depended on taste. Personally I found the notes to be rather annoying especially in the very first few minutes
I was looking forward to finding a fragrance that was true to a good skunk. This smelled like pure alcohol. I sprayed it on my wrist and smelled nothing but alcohl so I sprayed about 10 pumps on my shirt. The alcohol about knocked me down so I waited a few minutes for that to disappate. I could then smell something but it did not remind me of cannabis at all. Not even a little bit. I have also purchased a bottle of Cannabis Santal by Fresh. This stuff is awesome but smells nothing like Cannabis either. I later tried a sample of Black Afgano by Nasomatto which still didn't smell like but it was nice. I'm sure someone will get the cannabis thing right some day.
Pros: It was cheap.
Cons: 20 dollars up in smoke."
Love at the first sniff
The smell of it reminds me the good old days when I was still studying in Amsterdam, it smells like walking through a "coffee shop" in centrum while having a waffle. It has a sweet and weed-y smell, much nicer than expected from its name. It would be perfect if only it had better longevity.
Pros: one of the kind
Cons: poor longevity "
An immediate pop of fresh cannabis fills the air with the opening, as if you've just stuck your nose into a bag of pot. The intense opening quickly transitions to a general vegetal aura, similar to mown grass or a shot of wheatgrass, with a medium powdery bassnote. After the drydown, all that is left is a light bit of powder (teetering just on the best side of matronly) and with just the most minor amount of musk.
This scent is definitely a very basic one, but it's nice when I want something simple and subversive. I've been told that the lingering remnants of the powdery finish were "comforting" by others. However, it lacks a certain "magic" that allows for constant wear.