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Fragrance snobs, prepare to be blown away. Niche perfumerie Arquiste set out to create “concept scents” that recreate specific moments in history, and the results are nothing short of remarkable. Together with famed perfumer Rodrigo Flores-Roux, founder Carlos Huber put in countless hours of painstaking research to create Flor y Canto, a scent that evokes an Aztec summer festival in Tenochtitlan circa 1400. Wear it to be transported to a dimly lit temple altar filled with fresh flowers.
This perfume has a warm scent to it. I think this perfume reminds me of what an elderly woman would wear and is very strong with just a mild amount applied. I like light and airy scents better, so this perfume was not for me.1
I don't doubt the quality, but it smelled like a "more mature" women's fragrance. Maybe it'd be popular with the 60+year crowd.1
This scent was just not for me. It may work for someone else though.1
This perfume was not for me. To floarly and definitely not my scent1
I did not enjoy this perfume at all. It may be a good scent for an older woman but not for me!
I found it too be over whelmingly strong.
This scent was not for me, It reminded me of my mother so I gave her the sample and she loved it.1
There was nothing signature about this fragrance. The smell seemed a bit to strong and harsh. It reminded me of several other cheaper fragrances and definitely is not one that I would consider purchasing.1
A little too strong for my taste. Would give me headaches. I prefer light and fresh citrusy scents vs. concentrated florals1
It was too much of a floral scent for my taste. I like more warm scents, like vanilla.1
I do not care for the smell. It is definitely flowery and I don't like those smells in a perfume.1