Fragrance Review: Etat Libre d'Orange La Fin du Monde
by, 27th June 2014 at 05:00 PM (1197 Views)
Genre: Woody Oriental
Apparently the world ends just in time for dessert. Never mind L’Etat Libre d’Orange’s characteristically loopy advertising copy; the most transgressive element at play here is a short-lived burnt popcorn top note. Otherwise, La Fin du Monde is a soft gourmand woody oriental with a powdery vanilla, amber, and iris drydown. Yes, there are a couple of oddball detours on the way: some charred woods and a bitter, inky note (the “gunpowder?”), but there’s nothing terribly shocking on display, and certainly nothing that qualifies as apocalyptic. There’s more novelty in this house’s earlier gourmand Like This, more quality in their Fat Electrician, and more fun to be had with their Rossy de Palma. This one’s just a snooze.
For more reviews of La Fin du Monde, see the entry in the Basenotes Directory.
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