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    Default Re: Grown up Gourmand?

    Firstly I will advise you slighlty different. It's not typically categorized in the gourmand section, but there is a candied fruits top note that is mixed perfectly with patchouli and vetiver: it's Coco Mademoiselle edp. A similar but fruitier one is Liberté by Cacharel. Osmoz lists both in the chypre category, but they are borderline. However, you may like a true fruity chypre as Deci Delà by Nina Ricci, yummy with the raspberry and peach top notes.

    For something more obvious in the gourmand category: Hypnotic Poison, with its almond and tonka notes and Kenzo Amour with delicious rice and milk notes.

    At last, another perfume with a rich peachy-violet sillage: Trésor by Lancôme.

    The pyramids of these fragrances:

    Coco Mademoiselle edp:
    Top notes: Orange, Bergamot
    Middle notes: Rose, Jasmine
    Base notes: Patchouli, Vetiver

    Top notes: Bergamot, Mandarin Orange
    Middle notes: Orange, Icing Sugar, Sun-drenched Flowers
    Base notes: Patchouli, Vanilla, Vetiver

    Deci Delà:
    Top notes: Peach, Apricot, Raspberry, Boronia
    Middle notes: Jasmine, Freesia, Azelnut, Orris
    Base notes: Patchouli, Vanilla, Sandal, Styrax

    Hypnotic Poison:
    Top notes:Coconut, Plum, Pimento, Apricot
    Middle notes: Rose, Lily of the valley, Sambac Jasmine, Tuberose
    Base notes: Sandal, Jacaranda wood, Vanilla

    Kenzo Amour:
    Top notes: Frangipani, Blossom
    Middle notes: Cherry Blossom, White Tea, Frankincense
    Base notes: Thanaka Wood, Rice, Vanilla

    Top notes: Peach, Apricot, Pineapple, Bergamot
    Middle notes: Rose, Orris, Heliotrope, Jasmine
    Base notes: Sandal, Musk, Vanilla
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    Default Re: Grown up Gourmand?

    I'll add my recs:

    Theorema - tangelo, cream, spices
    Organza Indecence - vanilla, woods, spices, smells like wonderful spiced custard
    Nirmala - same vein as Nuits de Noho and Angel only more wearable to me
    Mira-bai - cassis and pralines
    Eau de Reglisse - citrus, ginger, licorice, vanilla
    Gourmandises - fruit rose jam and saffron

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