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    Default Roja Dove Fragrance Range

    I came across this website and was wondering if anyone has tried any fragrances from the Roja Dove range. Scandal Pour Homme has caught my eye but I cannot find any reviews on it.


    http://www.rojadovefragrance.com/#/m_parfums

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    Jack Hunter, the trilogy Scandal - Unspoken - Enslaved have been available for a while. They used to be sold as 'unisex' with the 'small difference' for the parfum that 100 ml cost what 50 seem to go for now. I have Unspoken and Enslaved. They are fantastic and I'm happy to have them in my wardrobe. When I bought Diaghilev (IMO the best summery chypré produced today - fantastic lemon-orange opening with a very unique warmth lingering on for many hours) a couple of weeks ago, I asked for a sample of the Reckless Parfum. I was very disappointed, however intriguing the base notes sound. I couldn't get past the luxurious douche gel association with regard to the floral accord. It is way too femme, too nice 'n pretty for my taste. I was also gifted with a sample of Scandal pour Homme. It appears to be a very hardcore fougère, certainly of fantastic quality. It is just the smell of my childhood, I'm an 1980s child and it is not at all how I want to smell.

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    Thanks Larimar very helpful.

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    The Grooming Guru has reviewed Scandal Pour Homme here: http://groomingguru.co.uk/2011/08/17...al-pour-homme/

    Hope that helps!

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    Quote Originally Posted by l.wickens View Post
    The Grooming Guru has reviewed Scandal Pour Homme here: http://groomingguru.co.uk/2011/08/17...al-pour-homme/

    Hope that helps!
    Hi and Welcome to Basenotes

    Thanks for the link I will look into that, this one is on my wish list.

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    So far the only Roja Dova i tried was Diaghilev, which is as good as old mitsouko use do be - a mossy, earthy chypre that works well on colder temperatures

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