Anné Pliska (1987)

Anné Pliska by Anné Pliska
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Anné Pliska is a perfume by Anné Pliska for women and was released in 1987. The scent is oriental-sweet. The production was apparently discontinued.

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Fragrance Notes

Amber, Bergamot, Geranium, Musk, Orange, Patchouli, Vanilla



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SherapopSherapop 8 years ago

„Labdanum Amber Adorned”

Luscious labdanum amber is the primary name of the ANNE PLISKA game. Wow, what a seductive perfume this is! I love the mingling of the amber with the patchouli...
FlavoriteFlavorite 6 years ago

„Muy Caliente Amber Patchouli Vanilla”

This is so dense and heavy- I'm going to stick my neck out here, and put it in the general category of the original KL by Karl Lagerfield, Estee...
7.5 7.5 7.0/10

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Amber and Orange Are Introduced For The Very First Time
Anne Pliska is an intense yet beautiful fragrance. It is generally well-received, even being awarded four stars by Tania Sanchez in 'Perfumes: The A-Z Guide'. It is a must-try for all oriental and amber fans.

This fragrance is not unlike Ambre Fetiche by Annick Goutal, the only major difference being Anne Pliska's orangey and crisp aromas. The amber in this fragrance is pleasantly sweet, further complimented by a glorious, pulpy orange, which can smell syrupy at times.

Anne Pliska is a rather heavy scent, so the phrase, 'a little goes a long way', does apply here. On a cold Winter's night, Anne Pliska smells absolutely breath-taking on the skin. I have received many compliments since discovering this beauty.

To my nose, Anne Pliska smells exotic and mysterious. I almost always feel this way towards ambery orientals, which is possibly why I love them so much. The drydown, is in my opinion, the best part, with the introduction of a rich and smoky incense accord. I am immediately transported to an ancient temple on a quiet, tropical island.

The vanilla accord tends to enhance the overall composition and pairs off beautifully with the amber. There's so much to love in regards to Anne Pliska. It's such a shame that this brand hasn't gone out of its way to produce more fragrances along the same lines as this one.

Anne Pliska is incredibly lasting on the skin. Even after a shower, this fragrance still faintly lingers. I don't hesitate in recommending this fragrance to every perfume enthusiast I know. It is one niche fragrance that sets a rather high benchmark, surprisingly having existed since the late 80's.

Originally written: July 15, 2012.
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Muy Caliente Amber Patchouli Vanilla
This is so dense and heavy- I'm going to stick my neck out here, and put it in the general category of the original KL by Karl Lagerfield, Estee Lauder's Youth Dew and I do agree with Sherapop on the Shalimar reference. For me these Vavoom ambery patchouli dry dark vanilla scents are virtually unwearable- I can't handle their moxy and I'm blown over by their raw sensuality. It's certainly not their fault- Anne Pliska is another courageous, earthy, resinous, spicy masterpiece perfect for the bold and the beautiful on a crisp Winter's day or night. The healthy dose of patchouli in this one, I find too heavy and resinous for my nose and this kind of saucy intense potion will only lead to trouble if you don't heed my warning and never wear this to train circus tigers, interviews with vampires, office jobs or any type of professional business function. Unless you are about to except an Oscar or something like that. If you are an amber lover, this will resonate with you beautifully. Their are, of course, a myriad of ambers- I've only attempted a few as I find them overwhelming, in general, with the exception of Amber solid perfume oils, I find they immediately steal the show with their natural allure and haunting tenacity. This fragrance strikes a perfect balance between the rich dark amber, the patchouli and the vanilla (which is not overly sweetened, luckily). Although I think this is marketed as evening wear for women, I have a sneaking suspicion that it would smell divine on the right gentleman, as well. Who is 'The right gentleman'? You maybe asking yourself right now. That is simple...he will have two important qualities: 1. Must love amber and patchouli with his vanillas and 2. No fear of owning/displaying a big bottle of hot pink seduction.
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Labdanum Amber Adorned
Luscious labdanum amber is the primary name of the ANNE PLISKA game. Wow, what a seductive perfume this is! I love the mingling of the amber with the patchouli and geranium and a dash of vanilla. Although this composition is simple and fairly linear, the quality of the notes is high and their proportions perfect to my nose. In contrast to other reviewers, I find very little in common between ANNE PLISKA and SHALIMAR. Yes, they both contain vanilla, but the focus of AP is amber, while SHALIMAR strikes me as a more complex, bluish oriental perfume.

Golden and viscous, ANNE PLISKA has pretty big sillage and fantastic longevity. All in all, this is one of the best amber perfumes I have smelled in any category (including niche) and a fantastic value for its modest price tag. This edp is even on the strong side, veering toward perfume, which is a nice change from the trend at many (not all...) niche houses to bottle cologne as edp--making the already high prices of their wares ridiculous.

I recommend ANNE PLISKA unequivocally to anyone who loves amber. A small caveat: without being overwhelming, the patchouli is noticeable--of course, that's just more good news for patchouli lovers!

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