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Iris Rose (2012)
by E.Coudray

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Iris Rose information

Year of Launch2012
GenderFeminine
AvailabilityIn Production
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HouseE.Coudray
Parent CompanyEric Amouyal

About Iris Rose

Iris Rose is a feminine perfume by E.Coudray. The scent was launched in 2012

Reviews of Iris Rose

rbaker Show all reviews
United Kingdom
For a change, the name of this product is spot on: iris and rose are indeed the core components in the opening squirt, with the iris in the foreground initially, and the rose gaining traction over time.

The iris is pleasant. The rose is of good quality; it is light, bright and nigh cristalline in fragility. These opening notes are of feather-like lightness. Heliotropes add an additional sparkle, and whiffs of - very weak - transient aldehydes add a few more.

The second stage is dominated by white musks and a rather perfunctory patchouli.

I get weak sillage, limited projection and seven hours of longevity on my skin, with the last half very, very close to my skin.

This is a summer scent based on a nice rose impression of good quality, which would deserve a positive score on its own. Unfortunately the rest is of lower quality and quite generic and synthetic in nature, which, combined with the very poor performance, drags down the whole in the rating considerably. 2.75/5.
14th February, 2019
Well, definitely more iris than rose at the start. When the rose does emerge, it is a Brosseau rose, muted and misty. While the composition is appealing, it is so wan that one could bathe in the stuff and it would still fail to lift above body lotion strength. Plenty of ‘white musk’ in the base, slipping the whole thing effortlessly into the generic.
12th September, 2012

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