Celestial Jasmine (2015)
by Eric Buterbaugh Florals


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Year of Launch2015
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HouseEric Buterbaugh Florals
PerfumerIlias Ermenidis

About Celestial Jasmine

The company say:

A flower with a Persian origin has been re-imagined by a Greek perfumer born in Istanbul. A perfect clash between the white sparkle of Jasmine petals, the sensuality of ambergris (as captured and re-interpreted in the Ambrox molecule) and the darker, carnal effect of amber.

Celestial Jasmine fragrance notes

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rbaker Show all reviews
United Kingdom
The jasmine is present from the beginning, with a white floral undertone, mainly freesia mixed in. The drydown sees ambrox added, and the jasmine, which was restrained initially, gains in colour and intensity with time.

There is no well-defined base on my skin, and the jasmine stays in the foreground until the end. It is never really sweet. As far as the performance is concerned, there is soft sillage, limited projection and six hours of longevity on me.

Whilst this is indubitably an agreeable spring scent with at times quite a nice jasmine developing, overall it remains a bit lackluster otherwise. For jasmine lovers looking for a restrained version, this is worth a try.
05th October, 2015

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