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Derviche (2018)
by Rogue Perfumery


Derviche information

Year of Launch2018
GenderShared / Unisex
AvailabilityIn Production
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HouseRogue Perfumery
PerfumerManuel Cross

About Derviche

Derviche is a shared / unisex perfume by Rogue Perfumery. The scent was launched in 2018 and the fragrance was created by perfumer Manuel Cross

Reviews of Derviche

This is the first scent that deviates from the previous 4 (scents in Rouge Perfumery) in which it doesn’t focus on chyrpe or green notes.

The opening begins with some sparkling bergamot before it recedes giving way to some tobacco and of course the labdanum. The amber accord is not as dark and resinous as I was expecting it to be but it’s not super sweet either. Floral jasmine is met with a sugary amber vaniila accord at the base. In addition, I was able to detect woods and musk in the base. The drydown makes me think of Hermessence Ambre Narguile but it’s not exactly the same. A very nice scent overall.

Longevity and silage were good although not as bold as Mousse Illuminee or Le Canotier. I think this is perfect for the individuals who enjoy both amber and jasmine. The jasmine does have a dated feel and definitely it worked in harmony to complement the amber/vanilla accord at the base.
13th January, 2019
The opening is strong and unpleasant with plenty of jasmine and civet that fills the room, leaning heavily feminine. Hours later, the drydown is much nicer and back towards unisex as you get a dry vanilla mixed with floral tobacco. The drydown actually reminds me of Outrecuidant by Histoires de Parfums which has a rose note that I don't see in the notes, but nonetheless I feel like rose is there.

Very good projection and longevity, no need for many sprays.
13th January, 2019

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