Does it have any rose in it?
does terre de hermes have too much rose in it?, my girlfriend says thats all she smells and its too rosey for me
Does it have any rose in it?
Rose...? Um, not that I can tell.
haha rose? this stuff smells like dirt and orange peels to me.
No rose to my nose.
there are some flower note in it right?
There must be some unusual smelling roses growing where you live!
I don't get rose from TdH, nor any other distinct floral element. I do think it contains some floral notes, but they are deeply submerged in the overall blend. Perhaps there's a bit of geranium in there, which may evoke rose, but I think anyone would be hard pressed to pick it out.
I don't know what your girlfriend is smelling, but she is smelling something that most of us do not!
Notes of Terre d'Hermès:
Top note: Grapefruit, Orange, Flint
Middle note: Pepper, Pink Peppercorns, Geranium Leaves, Patchouli
Base note: Cedar, Vetiver, Benzoin [from parfyym.pri.ee]
No rose. The geranium might simulate a rose note to some people. Geranium is often used to simulate or supplement rose notes in perfume. Scentaddiction's reference to "bay rose" is probably based on the French "baie rose," which means pink peppercorns; "rose" can mean rose in French, but it's also the word for pink and "baie rose" means only pink peppercorns.
Last edited by JaimeB; 11th March 2010 at 03:53 AM.
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I can only suspect there may be some mistake. Do *you* distinctively smell rose in TDH? But not that it really matters right? If your GF finds it too rosy, then you will have to consider wearing something else when you are around her.
Sounds like your wife needs a "nose job", ha ha!
On blotter it smells like compost, may be potting soil. It's rotting vegetable of all kinds. So why not rose?
Rose? To me it smells more like rotten orange..
Wasn't aware that it had any at all.
Last edited by JON RODGERS; 11th March 2010 at 11:23 AM.
I smell no rose. Just a manly burning orange peel, it's brilliant! I love it because I find it dirty and earthy and orangey and burnty...
Maybe the odors in question need that hyper dimensional smoothing as if they were fixated in aspic to make them at least wearable. But that's a wrong direction, I'm afraid. Don't like to eat through pounds of gelatine in order to get my teeth on a gherkin either.
Seems to me your lady has an issue over men wearing rose scents... What does she love on you anyway? AdG??
If TdH makes you nauseous by it's chemical sharpness, try the Parfum version - it's much smoother, without the chemical edge.
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No rose here.
"Baies Rose peppercorn" does not equal 'Rose"
Hmmm...I've never even thought of Terre'd D presuming such notes...:S...She may have a hidden talent...if she can snicker into the deepest notes :P
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Its Flint note is unique , anyone know much about it ?
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no rose in that scent, must be some kind of mistake
Contrary to the consensus here, I smell a LOT of rose in it. Rose + (Dirt, orange peel and gunflint). If it weren't for the dirt and gunflint, this would easily have been a female fragrance or unisex at best.
But I DO smell a lot of rose in it. If I remember it right, the rose note in this one was called as "Bay Rose" or something like that.
Overall, it's an excellent fragrance.
Last edited by HammerFist; 12th March 2010 at 04:34 PM.