Cheery Cherryby Alice & Peter (2012)
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|Released in the year 2012, apparently still in production.|
|Perfumers: Gérald Ghislain, Magali Senequier|
|Top Notes:||Bergamot, Cherry, Orange, Black currant|
|Heart Notes:||Apricot, Lilac, Freesia, Peony, Peach, Rose, Red fruits|
|Base Notes:||Strawberry, Raspberry, Caramel, Vanilla, White musk|
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Angel, is that you?Angel...as the cliche goes, you either love it or hate it. I am one of those who hates it. Despite all the sweet notes involved, I find it ruined by patchouli, amber, and musk. Yes, those are the foundations for most perfumes--however, I don't like them mixed with fruits. But most would have to agree, Angel is an unforgettable scent. It is the touchstone for modern perfumes (90s and beyond).
I sprayed this on me, and I immediately smelled a weak form of Angel. I wanted to wash it off so bad, but I wanted to give it a chance to see if it would morph into something better. The drydown was pretty much the same except with a dose of maraschino cherry. I strongly dislike those candied cherries floating in red syrup (yes, call me crazy; I jsut never took a liking to them). So mixing a perfume I hate with a fruit I hate... I'm probably never going to spray Cheery Cherry on me ever again.
I don't know Angel since I hate Mugler scents, but I can't sense any patchouli in it. I hate patchouli badly, so Cheery Cherry was quite mild on me, more like a cold cherry tea with petals in it. The base was not detectable - thanks :)
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