I had Angelique Encens for about six months, but never really found a day or way to wear it when it felt right. It smelled great in a very dense evening smoke, drinks, and dark desert restaurant way, but I felt more comfortable going to my ambers and heavy sandalwoods for that fantasy already. It never really caught on for me and thus I gave it to a female cousin on whom it is amazing. She gets loads of lavender out if its dark denseness, and that makes me want to try it again. However, when I did wear it I never found it appropriately "lively" for a scent. Hard to put it well, but it's one that I don't need in my rotation. For my wallet, I would save the money. If you can try it out and find otherwise, I'm behind you all the way.
Selection Verte is terrific. It smells of spring in the countryside on one of the first beautiful days of the year. Very calming and even contemplative, the smell makes one long for a simpler life in a somewhat more exotic place. This would be a great signature scent, as you and those you know would come to learn it more as you wore it more. Since so much money is at stake one really should test it, but Selection Verte is an amazing identity of a smell. I smell it and say, "wow, perfect. Why did I smell so much else before anyone thought to put this scent together and get it in my hand."
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