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Wolfsbane (2016)
by Parfums Quartana

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Wolfsbane information

Year of Launch2016
GenderMasculine
AvailabilityIn Production
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People and companies

HouseParfums Quartana
PerfumerPhilipe Paparella-Paris
Parent CompanySix Scents Parfums

About Wolfsbane

Wolfsbane is a masculine fragrance by Parfums Quartana. The scent was launched in 2016 and the fragrance was created by perfumer Philipe Paparella-Paris

Reviews of Wolfsbane

There is one review of Wolfsbane.
Unusual in a very well turned out manner – not fizzbang and screaming rockets but tailored to fit, almost discreet, and yet resolutely unusual.
Wolfsbane turns on an axis of great promising fattiness – at its heart is a dense accord that is alive with impressions but whose ‘feel’ is like orris butter, beeswax and finely milled coconut fat, giving a rich, unctuous, bound-to-be-good-for-your skin impression. Within lurk nuances of earthiness, humidity and a strange kind of herbal greenness, signifying plant origins without the usual fresh or sharp elements. This is a nocturnal greenery, shade upon shade of dark, veiled green, but without any gothic heavy-handedness.
In time the main note around which Wolfsbane slowly revolves comes more clearly into view – a sultry, waxy and even somewhat rubbery tuberose, placed bang in the centre from which a profusion of other directions seem to be followed. The resinoid vanillic accent of benzoin further congeals its thick blood. This is a perfume of slow motion and hidden sorcery; dense as fog but surprisingly easy on the wearer.
Many hours in much of the novelty is departed and Wolfsbane joins the ranks of warm and creamy tuberose perfumes.
20th November, 2017

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