Mémoire d'Hommeby Nina Ricci (2002)
68 of 100%, 12 Ratings
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|Released in the year 2002, production apparently discontinued.|
|Perfumers: Christine Nagel, Rosendo Mateu|
|Top Notes||Grapefruit, Licorice leaf|
|Heart Notes||Nutmeg, Ginger|
|Base Notes||Blue cedarwood, Vetiver, Opoline|
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Upon spraying you get the feeling that this is your typical men's cologne but it is not! You get a citrusy initial bang taking up almost the entire frame, but some nutmeg, ginger and definitely licorice are photobombing in the background.
The licorice... I got really acquainted with this note thanks to my partner's black soft licorice caramels she was stuffing my mouth with in the winter. In this composition the licorice is done right with a balanced feel to it thanks to grapefruit in the beginning and then the nutmeg. The ginger has a sparkling role keeping the structure somehow fresh.
And then there is the amazing woody semi sweet drydown that keeps going for hours on skin, not to mention its persistence on clothes. For me this is where this scent really shines. Like staring down at a pine(?) forest from a higher point with the traces of a licorice caramel you were torturing in your mouth to melt for 10 minutes. Great stuff people.
I am keeping the "oh my god!! why did you discontinue such a wonderful underatted superfantastic scent?!?!?" for some other time or scent...
oh my god!! why did you discontinue such a wonderful underatted superfantastic scent?!?!?
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