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Gin & Lime (2011)
by Pell Wall Perfumes


Gin & Lime information

Year of Launch2011
GenderShared / Unisex
AvailabilityIn Production
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HousePell Wall Perfumes
PerfumerChris Bartlett

About Gin & Lime

Gin & Lime is a shared / unisex perfume by Pell Wall Perfumes. The scent was launched in 2011 and the fragrance was created by perfumer Chris Bartlett

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Reviews of Gin & Lime

In late 2013, mine starts out rather martini-like - although more subtle in this respect than the Concentree.
Both are very well blended.

The orange/neroli is gently evident as well early on, joined by a hint of coriander and the use of ambergris helps to shift these compositions away from the standard issue citric cologne, one of the reasons that I enjoy wearing them so much.

My other 'citric' colognes spend the winter in hibernation but these are just as enjoyable in cool weather.
29th November, 2013
I start off enjoying this, but wind up neutral. Here's why.
This opens with an excellent lime-citrus note: very accurate and pleasing. There are hints of aromatic, bright juniper and nutty coriander. In my opinion, the juniper should be much more pronounced. Still, this is pleasant and an attractive EdC style scent.
Then, the musk develops in the dry-down. At first, it reminds me of that in Blenheim Bouquet or Wellington -- a kind of British vibe. But then the white musk keeps going on an on, getting quite tiresome. I feel the scent loses its momentum and in fact stalls.
And the juniper never really had the medicinal/martini 'zip' that I had expected.
Thus, my neutral assessment.
25th January, 2013

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