Thread: Chanel Coromandel
It's for a beautiful woman. And people that want to smell like one.
Current Summer Favorites:
1. Creed - Original Cologne
2. Xerjoff - Nio
3. Creed - Aventus
4. The Different Company - De Bachmakov
5. Dior - Homme Sport 2008
6. Tom Ford - Grey Vetiver
7. Montale - Aoud Legacy
8. Dior - Homme Sport 2012
9. Tom Ford - Rive d'Ambre
10. Creed - Virgin Island Water
I don't think you can hear a bad feedback for that,Chanel is a real reputable and most liked brand.I see it almost in every Online Beauty Store.
I disliked it at first sniff, all i could smell was some sweetnes, vanila sweet, and reminded me of cheap women smells, but when i gave it a try , the dry down is exceptional, nice!
And this smell obviously is very well recieved among people who dont think too much of parfumes, just go with the flow. For me this one was too simple, because of sweet smell, and i would not buy it.but i admit its great product for chanel when it has so many positive reactions to it. I prefer more complex, or demanding frags, that tell biger story:-)
The elegance of Coromandel by Chanel will shine in the fall and winter.
Long lasting and projects quite a bit! Definitely one of my favorites and one of the smoothest patchouli fragrances I've tried. It reminds me of white chocolate and very smooth patchouli.
On my wish list.
One of my faves ever!
I like it a lot but it makes me sneeze. Not sure whats in there that does that
Pretty much what most have said -- great fragrance for the cold seasons. I've worn it at the office and have gotten compliments from both women and men.
Also, never spray Coromandel on clothes. It won't stain but its scent would stick on it even after a couple washes!
It's a great scent, but, Sycomore might be more your style.
Being a patchouli scent lover, I am looking for an elegant patchouli that stands out from the crowd (you know, the Sephora, designer fragrance, like crowd). So I am considering Dior's Patchouli Imperiale and Chanel Coromandel. I'll appreciate knowing from users of Chanel Coromandel if you consider it to be a feminine fragrance. I don't mind wearing unisex, but is Chanel more on the feminine or masculine side? Right in the middle? Thanks
Coromandel is easy wearable by man. It has sophisticated edge that some may find feminine but to me it is perfectly unisex, maybe even more masculine than feminine. If you want different patchouli you should also try Guerlain L Instant Extreme which to my nose is as much patchouli as cocoa.
TOP 3 hot weather:
1. Gucci Pour Homme II
2. Creed Millesime Imperial
3. Lalique Encre Noire
TOP 3 cold weather:
1. Dior Homme
2. Eau Des Baux
3. L'Instant de Guerlain Pour Homme Extreme
Thanks Dreamer for your advice on Coromandel. Much appreciated.
Coromandel is a beautiful scent and can easily be worn by a man - to me it's actually quite gender-neutral.
I find it a very bright fragrance that might make it more feminine for some but it is totally unisex to me.