Raw Spirit - Citadelle (2013)
by Nomad Two Worlds Foundation


Raw Spirit - Citadelle information

Year of Launch2013
GenderShared / Unisex
AvailabilityIn Production
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HouseNomad Two Worlds Foundation
PerfumerHarry Fremont

About Raw Spirit - Citadelle

Raw Spirit - Citadelle is a shared / unisex perfume by Nomad Two Worlds Foundation. The scent was launched in 2013 and the fragrance was created by perfumer Harry Fremont

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There is one review of Raw Spirit - Citadelle.
Like all Raw Spirit fragrances, Citadelle will easily transport you to another place entirely. Much like with "Summer Rain", Citadelle has a gloomy, musty quality that smells like rain and petrichor. It's like being in the middle of the woods after a good rain - you can smell the trees, the rain, and the fresh crisp air. It smells less like a perfume/fragrance, and more like an environment, as strange as that is to say!

Citadelle has got to be one of the best vetiver fragrances I've had the pleasure of smelling. The Raw Spirit line hasn't failed to impress me yet, and this is another unique and enticing fragrance in the line up. It really is "raw", and earthy and just.. refreshing. It really is refreshing.
This is an utter beauty. I'd tell you to check it out, but do yourself a favor and check out the entire Raw Spirit line!
12th June, 2016

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