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Inspired by the complex character of the world’s most iconic flower, perfumer Jerome Epinette set out to create an unconventional rose fragrance. The result is this brand new blend, which features rich floral notes undercut by a spicy, smoky trail. Romantic and bold, it avoids the cloying sweetness of most rose-based scents, with a concentrated formula that lends a single spritz some serious staying power.
This cologne was too strong and reminded me of my grandpa's! I got some on my fingers when I first opened it and couldn't escape it for days. Might be nice if the fragrance was a pleasant one, but it is smoky and patchouli based, not floral at all.1
This fragrance can go a long way with just a tiny amount. And it does stay there for a looong time. Pretty impressive. However, the scent itself is way too flowery and sweet. Not for me.1
This fragrance was not something I would wear, i prefer a much more masculine woodsy scent.1
I have sampled lots of fragrances with my birchbox subscription. I did not enjoy this scent at all. I merely opened the sample and took a smell and tossed it in the trash,1
I didn't really like this fragrance! I am not sure if just the title alone kind of scared me. but I didn't really like the floral scent of it1
Not for $200, not a chance. It's a little too tame for my taste1
This cologne has a bit too much of a flower smell for my liking and my wife thought it smelled like one of her perfumes. I will have to pass.1
The smell of roses was to over powering for me.....1
This fragrance, just like the last one, is really to feminine for me.1
This was not bad, but it is not my favorite cologne. It is flowery, but I believe that was the obvious intent. Perhaps for a summer day cologne it wouldn't be bad.1