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Nin-Shar (2015)
by Jul et Mad

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Nin-Shar information

Year of Launch2015
GenderShared / Unisex
AvailabilityIn Production
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HouseJul et Mad
PerfumerSidonie Lancesseur
SupplierRobertet

About Nin-Shar

The fragrances is inspired by the hanging gardens of Babylon, and is part of Jul et Mad's "Les Whites" collection.

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There is one review of Nin-Shar.
An expanse of red roses in a wine cellar, two complex delights pleasingly united. The rich and jammy rose of Nin-Shar is beautifully modulated by accents of wine dregs, mould and alcohol-steeped woodiness, which gives the perfume the feel of dark, shadowed places, where the senses quicken, catching emerging details and impressions which then dissolve back into the whole.
Multi-layered and generally ‘noir’ in feel Nin-Shar may be, but it doesn’t succumb to gloominess or torpor. The boozy ripeness of the davana and a powdery, earthy patchouli combining with the rose could easily have dragged it there. But there’s a frisky bergamot tucked away within, that lifts it almost imperceptibly, and an array of smooth, woody notes that offer comfort.
Now for the let-down. Just when one is thinking this rose strewn wine cellar is a place where one would like to spend much more time, it’s gone. After the joy of the first couple of hours, the evolution is towards a more standard issue rose-patchouli job – still fine to wear but no longer striking. But as time moves on the patchouli keeps gaining the upper hand until in the deep drydown it’s all that’s left. And it’s pretty tenacious – it keeps on trucking until I was pretty much fed up.
17th December, 2016

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