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  1. #31
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    Default Re: Creed Royal Delight...opinions?

    Add me to those that find this pleasing and easy to wear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TalkingMuffin View Post
    I'll be glad to give it to my wife, though.
    Do they allow polygamy where you live? Just sayin'. *examines road atlas*

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    Along with 'A Taste of Heaven' which is heavier, this is heaven in a bottle, pure Delight. I wear this easily on a hot summer evening/night. Awesome.
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  4. #34

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    root beer lol

  5. #35

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidBond007 View Post
    root beer lol
    LOL! Yes, the vanilla gives it a "root beer" or "cream soda" touch.

    Still, I adore the jasmine gourmand of Royal Delight.
    "No elegance is possible without it...perfume is a part of you." Gabrielle "Coco" Chanel

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    Quote Originally Posted by Primrose View Post
    LOL! Yes, the vanilla gives it a "root beer" or "cream soda" touch.

    Still, I adore the jasmine gourmand of Royal Delight.
    it is a sweet frag, very interesting one, my brother loves it.

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    Wore this one today... I simply love it!
    Good longevity and smells great.
    My wife told me twice that I smelled good...
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    in the world, don't seek a second opinion ---

  8. #38

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    I get notes of [this is my ultra-sophisticated, highly articulate nose talking] too much odd stuff crammed together that really doesn't belong together. It's like when you go to dinner at a friend's house who's an "adventurous" cook, and they toss a bunch of odd, mismatched flavors together that really don't work at all. Worse, it's like the point where they say, "Do you like my cooking? See, aren't I a good cook?" About that time you want to tell them "Stop it. Try getting some legit recipes or something. No more experimenting in the kitchen for you."

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    Default Re: Creed Royal Delight...opinions?

    The dry down is wonderful. I owned it at one point but unable to get past the 'scotch tape' note.

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    Default Re: Creed Royal Delight...opinions?

    I haven't tried this one in a while, but I remember disliking it and finding it pretty far on the feminine end of the spectrum. I wouldn't even consider it unisex.

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    I am a big fan of Creed. But this one not so much. "scotch tape" nailed it. I haven't yet tried in on my skin but it smells chemically from the bottle. And too feminine. Just my opinion. Still a big fan of the Creed house.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlintLiddon View Post
    I am a big fan of Creed. But this one not so much. "scotch tape" nailed it. I haven't yet tried in on my skin but it smells chemically from the bottle. And too feminine. Just my opinion. Still a big fan of the Creed house.
    If one only smells a fragrance from the bottle, then one really has not tried a scent.

    I recommend spraying on skin or at least a mouillette. Then one is a sufficiently informed to make a thoroughly sound opinion.

    The initial spray of, say, the much-vaunted Tabarome, is sickening in its gag-inducing metallic note, akin to shaved aluminum and a heavy dose of fresh ginger. Allowing the full dry-down gives the full impression of the scent.
    "No elegance is possible without it...perfume is a part of you." Gabrielle "Coco" Chanel

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    Default Re: Creed Royal Delight...opinions?

    I absolutely adore Royal Delight. 2 sprays and I am good for the whole day. Gets me compliments quite often too!

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