Siderisby Maria Candida Gentile (2009)
76 of 100%, 37 Ratings
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|Top Notes:||Labdanum, Myrrh, Saffron, Frankincense, White pepper|
|Heart Notes:||Rose, Turkish rose|
|Base Notes:||Benzoin, Woods, Sandalwood|
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Helpful Review - 04/25/2014
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WonderfulIn my opinion Maria Candida Gentile is one of the best perfumers around nowadays. Her scents are so difficult to discribe. She perfected the art of blending (very high quality ingredients) and her perfumes are not a combination of loose ingredients, but much more of a rounded new scent with a lot of facets. Anyway it is hard to brake down her perfumes and to isolate the different ingredients in order to discribe them. So I won't.
I love the incense and the resins fibe in Sideris. It's warm, woody, balmy, powdery and comforting and it's sweet, but not cloying. It's more feminine than masculine. This is a real beauty that has taken a very important place in my collection.
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