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Voyance (2015)
by Baruti


Voyance information

Year of Launch2015
GenderShared / Unisex
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 11 votes)

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PerfumerSpyros Drosopoulos

About Voyance

Woody aromatic

Voyance fragrance notes

Reviews of Voyance

This Baruti's recent creation is mostly based on a "vetiver-tuberose" main connection as supported by soft balsams and by a trail of subtle-chic woods (kind of velvety and "intensely woody"). Voyance is manifestely influenced by a powerful note of tuberose (stout in the top), a wet, kind of initially fruity (something conjuring red berries), musky and juicy floral note (nothing carnal or indolic but something synthetically musky and soapy). I understand that for several of us it could be a particularly hard opening to approach but I have to say to moderately appreciate it (and tuberose is a note that generally I tend to dislike or to "approach" with lot of skeptical moderation). Well, I get the fruitiness but there is something more, the chic element of the game, a more than pleasant accord of musk and sandalwood/gaiac wood with a glamour-sophisticated balmy twist (in its background). Surely gaiac wood enhances this adamant woodiness which finally seems to be kind of exotic, musky-cosmetical, balmy, spicy-seasoned and salty. Vetiver jumps up exotically in the second part of development as perfectly merged with fruity-creamy tuberose and creamy-musky woods in order this connection to unfold a quite soft and balmy sweet-salty (and soapy) vetiver's rendition. Tuberose provides floral/fruity intensity while the vetiver/tuberose'overlapping affords a sort of sweet-salty game of contrasts. Along dry down tuberose tends to retrocede, mostly working as balmy-sweet element of the dominant seasoned vetiver/woods/musk's olfactory backbone. Nothing groundbreaking for us, just a quite pleasant soft final wake of creamy subtleness with good balance and discreet (modern) appeal.
21st August, 2016
rbaker Show all reviews
United Kingdom
The opening is centred around a tuberose impression that is closely intertwined with a vetiver sidekick. The tuberose is not the thick and waxy type, but lighter and with a fairly evident synthetic undertone. The vetiver is not at all earthy or dark, and with its lightness influences the tuberose. There is also an unusual fruity compoenent detectable, a fairly generic sweetish fruitiness that at times reminds me of butyric acid.

The later later stages include nonspecific woody aromas and a commonplace generic musky ending, which is a frequent ways to sign off these days.

The perfomance is respectable with moderate sillage, decent projection and a very good longevity of nine hours.

This spring daytime scent is not bad, albeit a tad too generic to truly impress. 2.75/5.
21st March, 2016

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