Maroquin by Annette Neuffer
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Maroquin is a popular perfume by Annette Neuffer for women and men and was released in 2016. The scent is resinous-spicy. The longevity is above-average. It is still available to purchase.
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Annette Neuffer

Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesBitter orangeBitter orange BergamotBergamot LimeLime Black pepperBlack pepper Indian bay leafIndian bay leaf SaffronSaffron Clary sageClary sage RosewoodRosewood
Heart Notes Heart NotesSomalian frankincenseSomalian frankincense Elemi resinElemi resin Virginia tobaccoVirginia tobacco IrisIris Tunisian orange blossomTunisian orange blossom CarnationCarnation Persian rosePersian rose
Base Notes Base NotesLeathery notesLeathery notes Bourbon vanillaBourbon vanilla BeeswaxBeeswax Indian sandalwoodIndian sandalwood Texas cedarTexas cedar MyrrhMyrrh StyraxStyrax Peru balsamPeru balsam Benzoin SiamBenzoin Siam PatchouliPatchouli AmbretteAmbrette

Ratings

Scent

8.4113 Ratings

Longevity

8.1103 Ratings

Sillage

7.3102 Ratings

Bottle

8.469 Ratings
Submitted by DonVanVliet, last update on 07.02.2022.
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8.5
Scent
8
Longevity
7
Sillage
9
Bottle
Floyd
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Floyd
Floyd
Top Review    29  
Sepia Velvet David Lynch
Before you find a cut off human ear full of ants in a meadow in David Lynch's "Blue Velvet", flowers bloom in psychedelic rushing colours, firefighters wave merrily laughing in slow motion from the fire engine, angelic choirs sing from off, everything is so sweetly vain sunshine that the viewer subconsciously knows exactly that it is an illusion of a perfect world that cannot be maintained in its superficiality. It follows, as in almost all lynch films, in depths that are difficult to decipher (mostly in the surreal unconscious), narrated in often disturbing, but at least confusing pictorial language whose components seldom stand for themselves, rather than conveying an impression that repels the viewer or allows him to puzzle in fascination, but in any case creates a lasting impression in him In "Maroquin" I hallucinate a parallelism to Lynch's films. First candied spice oranges candied in Cinemascope travel across the screen brightly luminous and at the same time bittersweet, picking me up in olfactory everyday life, pretending to be the light-heartedness of a child at a fair, which I know can only be the prelude to Neuffer's impressionistic journey into the depths of my association spaces. Soon the sound of the old barrel organ disappears in the hall, warm, smoky, resinous fog covers the scenery, there is nothing left of the sweet citrus fruits, a man without a face smokes half-finished tobacco on the porch of a lonely hut in the desert, sepia tones dominate darkening, the slow-motion fade into a close-up of warm, dry earth, pepper is clearly perceptible before brown edges emerge from the earth, the flame of a Zippo moves along it, the tiny clouds unfold their scent, let the observer sink into deep relaxation.
Time begins to stretch increasingly, the protagonist disappears into a dark corner of the room, daydreaming on the dark leather of an old sofa, fogged with vanilla smoke, unsweet, resinous under the ceiling fan in front of the parallel shades of blinds on the wall. The dimming seems endless, warmer, sweeter, darker, the cooling resin finally surrounds the protagonist, pretending a dénuement, leaving an impression that fascinates the observer and puzzles him.
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10
Scent
9
Longevity
7
Sillage
10
Bottle
Polyanthes

25 Reviews
Polyanthes
Polyanthes
Helpful Review    3  
A rich, spicy leather with a piquant, dark tobacco. ...
The tobacco pouch of a saffron and pepper merchant, the supple but strong leather of a book binder…. These two men are constantly vying for the attention of a vivacious and provocative, spicy skinned dancer who wears red carnations in her hair.
A fair amount of citrus and some lovely clary sage in the opening, then the lively carnation comes forward. Within an hour it’s settled into a spicy leather with a piquant, dark tobacco. All on a subtle base of resins, vanilla, beeswax and a little wood. This is a rich and complex perfume but the considerable peppery spices and zests keep it energetic. Just fantastic.
10
Scent
6
Longevity
6
Sillage
10
Bottle
TaoLady

4 Reviews
TaoLady
TaoLady
   2  
A walk through the forest......
Another beauty from Jazz Tweety...oddly the citrus didn't shine (on MY bod) as much as the saffron and the nice woods in the base. This will DEF be a summer fave...(my seven year old granddaughter crept up on me and said I smelled "Yummy! Like bubblegum!"...!!!

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