Oolang Infini (2010)

Oolang Infini by Atelier Cologne
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Oolang Infini is a perfume by Atelier Cologne for women and men and was released in 2010. The scent is fresh-green. It is being marketed by L'Oréal.

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Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesCalabrian bergamot, Tunisian neroli, Freesia
Heart Notes Heart NotesBlond leather, Egyptian jasmine, Oolong tea
Base Notes Base NotesIndian gaiac wood, Balkan tobacco blossom, Musk

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Scent

7.0 (166 Ratings)

Longevity

5.4 (115 Ratings)

Sillage

4.4 (111 Ratings)

Bottle

6.8 (107 Ratings)
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Gigli

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Gigli
Gigli
Helpful Review    3
Oolang irony? fine... oh and gone again
A beautiful fragrance, with warmth and tea and green notes, I thought I had finally found the long awaited replacement for my missing signature fragrance Bulgari extreme au thé vert. That was worth some money to me - I have never afforded such an expensive fragrance. All right, Atelier Cologne works with fine, natural ingredients. I spray, always and everywhere, and meanwhile the scent is wonderful. Oolang tea is here, very fine and delicious. Bergamot, a hint of leather or powder... and I stop spraying and neither I nor anyone else notices that I'm wearing a scent.
Infini must be meant ironically. Or it's philosophy: what doesn't start right can't end right, so it's infinite. That's too bad. My search continues...
I like the bottle very much, but it still only gets 7.5, because it simply doesn't go with a high-quality fragrance that the label sticks to the edge of your fingers.
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Silverfire

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Silverfire
Silverfire
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A Visit to a Tea House
You enter a tea house, and the greeter hands you spice. Then she blows through a carnation held in her other hand. The result strikes you as a well-balanced and oriental, engrossing and engaging. It soon grows spicier still, but the carnation turns sweet and jammy to help compensate. The spice quickly reveals itself as black pepper. Tea? Not for thee, yet the fragrance feels relaxed, so perhaps tea notes are skulking in the background like stage hands.

You find your way to a quiet table off to the side. Twenty minutes pass and then pepper bursts into the tea house and trashes the place, drunk, shouting and making demands. You think, "If only this were an actual tea, it would be enjoyable." Thursday, you revisit the tea house and find that black pepper fails to show. This leads to a a subdued experience dominated by carnation, which strangely doesn't seem to be quite memorable or effective.

In six hours, you become antsy and need to stretch. By eight, you find yourself outside the Oolang Infiniti establishment.

You reflect. Either version of Oolang Infiniti wasn't quite right, though you enjoyed the memorable experience. You decide to capture your feelings in prose and determine to leave the tea house as place best experienced by others.
Yourfoxiness

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Yourfoxiness
Yourfoxiness
Helpful Review    3
cool & cozy
Off the top this is a breath of fresh air. A definite tea note, but i would almost say earl grey rather than oolong, due to the bergamot that accompanies it. Its very light, and almost plays a little hide & seek game, where its light & barely there, and then smokey, woodsey, and very substantial for a spell. a few minuites in it reminds me a little of annick goutal encens flamboyant, and then it mellows and the refreshing tea & smooth "grey" woods return. The leather is dry, and almost makes me think of pearly grey suede. Oolang infini gives a feel of a somehow cool, but cozy and contemplative scent, that plays in waves, and unfolds gently from fresh and light, to smoky and complex in the drydown, like the conclusion of a good book. And indeed, i smell the leather binding, and the evocation of a memory here... Cold winter sunlight through the window, and the scents of leather & good tea, a blanket and a fire, when ocassionally i catch a rouge whiff of cold, fresh air that brings juniper, & smoke. A lovely fragrance, i believe it would be great on a man, although it worked better for me than my husband. It does come & go quickly, which gives it a casual feel, but i too would love to see how it would do in a higher concentration. Beautiful fragrance.

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Itchynose 44 days ago
Fresh and sharp green tea in a woody, slightly sweet and smoky setting. Sadly the drydown is nowhere near as exciting as the great opening.
7.5

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