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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.
I like the smell, but that's really it. It's not something I'd want to spend $165 on it.2
It doesnt smell bad. It just smells a little too grandma-ish. And I love white florals, so thats saying something.2
the only thing it did was remind me of something from my childhood, can't recall what but it was just off for me. but i'm also super super picky about perfume.1
I didn't dislike this product, it just didn't seem like anything particularly special. It's still nice though.4
I LOVE this perfume! There aren't enough good things to say about it. it's the perfect floral scent. Perfect for summer, long lasting without being overwhelming. It's very girly without being overly sickly sweet.5
this product is nice but skews a bit to the elderly crowd with its rosy scent.3
The scent on this perfume is awesome! Even my older brother said that would be a scent he would like on a girl4
I don't much like getting perfume samples and this one wasn't what I would have ever picked for myself. It's nice, don't get me wrong, it's just not for me.3
I love the subtle scent, and I like the description of it on the sample card. It really mellows out into a nice subtle scent. I like it a lot.4
Love this! The scent is very floral and stays on for a really long time. The only downside is the price tag :(5