Artemis (2012)
    by Pell Wall Perfumes

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    Artemis is a men's fragrance by Pell Wall Perfumes. The scent was launched in 2012

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    lpp's avatar

    England England

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    The unmistakable scent of Artemisia absinthium is captured so well in this one and this note continues for a couple of hours on me.

    One of the joys of summer in the garden is brushing past members of this family and tweaking the odd leaf, but this must be one of the nicest - fresh, dry, silvery, even arid green.

    Here, the driest herb is joined by a deep green citrus then softened a little - maybe a hint of freesia.

    The later stages remain dry but softened by a slightly peppered sandalwood.

    A lovely scent to wear when the leaves are no more and probably a refreshing contrast to the heavy scents of the summer garden!

    06th December, 2013

    Unifex's avatar

    United Kingdom United Kingdom

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    I love the smell of Artemisia, and looked forward to sampling this. I got that initial green, stemmy, bitter blast, along with hints of mint and bergamot, but the herbal portion has faded over 15mins or so. The mandarin comes on and segues into blackcurrant and green tea after about an hour. The white flowers fade in and out, and for me, fight with the blackcurrant.

    The base smells dry and slightly woody, but I find it difficult to separate anything out. Total longevity on me - maybe 2 hours - but I have dry, thirsty skin.

    This is only the first test; I will test it again over the next few days and update this review accordingly.

    I like the opening very much and the middle reminds me of SMW, which is no bad thing. I only wish the Artemisia accord had lasted a bit longer!

    This is a green, bright scent that would wear well in the spring and summer, but I would wear it all year round, especially in autumn and winter to remind me of the coming spring.

    24th March, 2013

    odysseusm's avatar

    Canada Canada

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    The "absinthe" in the BN fragrance notes refers to artemesia absinthum (wormwood). While that is an element in the legendary alcoholic drink Absinthe, the drink also has a pronounced aniseed or licorice note, e.g., Fou D'Absinthe. That anise note is NOT found here.
    After a brief citrus introduction, this becomes a very intriguing dusky green scent: aromatic, even weedy. Suggests resinous underbrush and oozing sap. The herbacious and pungent artemesia combines with the mint to give a green, leafy scent. Dry, not heavy, has a hint of pepper. Very green and natural-smelling, in fact it is nature in a bottle. As an artisan style scent, the longevity is acceptable but not extended, and the scent sits close to the skin. Any green fan should check this out.

    23rd January, 2013

    Celica's avatar

    England England

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    This fragrance is sold as masculine but I think it is equally attractive to women and would recommend they try it for a day time fragrance, particularly in summer.

    03rd October, 2012

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