Coco Mademoiselle (2001) Eau de Toilette

Coco Mademoiselle (Eau de Toilette) by Chanel
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Coco Mademoiselle (Eau de Toilette) is a popular perfume by Chanel for women and was released in 2001. The scent is floral-fresh. It is still in production.

Perfumer

Jacques Polge

Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesBergamot, Grapefruit, Orange
Heart Notes Heart NotesJasmine, Lychee, Rose
Base Notes Base NotesBourbon vanilla, Patchouli, Vetiver, White musk

Ratings

Scent

8.1 (215 Ratings)

Longevity

7.8 (158 Ratings)

Sillage

7.0 (155 Ratings)

Bottle

7.1 (161 Ratings)
Submitted by MariellaMmmh, last update on 25.05.2019
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SolisOccasum

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Butterflies in the Orangery
Not far from our little town you can visit an old baroque town. It was built on a hill similar to the city of Astorga (in Spain). On the right you can see the small whitewashed chapel of the Franciscan Order, which seems to guard the fields and meadows. In the middle, a little higher up is the also whitewashed castle. It towers over its village and overlooks the narrow alleyways. And the people scurrying around in it.
And at the back of the hill, even behind the old school, is the Orangerie. She's not really pretty, even ugly. It should just have a benefit and fulfil your purpose.
In winter, citrus fruits and other small plants were stored there, which would otherwise have died of severe cold.
Yes, and I'm sure they've smuggled in butterfly larvae every now and then.

The scent:
Freshly orange it comes flying, takes the cheeky grapefruit with it. The fruit coctail becomes somewhat sweeter through the lychee and softer through the rose.
After some time a light vanilla appears and the fragrance becomes more cuddly. Creamy quiet I would like to call him.
And by the musk the smell is grounded and is really well succeeded.
The fragrance lasts loosely 8 h, but becomes calmer after 2 h and rather madamig instead of mademoiselle.
Not bad, but beautiful.
It is indeed fresh and citric, creamy and sinisterly flattering.

Conclusion.
With this fragrance you can even catch butterflies in the orangery. Because they come dandelions right on their shoulders floating to see where the fragrance comes from.
A nice weather scent or a nice weather makes scent. For every person who needs a good mood and also a good portion of self-irony to appreciate weis
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Paulchen81

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The Frollein from a good home!
It smells very noble to me, even a little snobby. I wear it more in autumn or winter when I feel like something fresh. I would describe it as a wintry fresh scent.
Unfortunately it doesn't get woody round with me, it remains the annoying soap tone, which has already caused me headache and nausea.
The EdP I have also there, but this is again too heavy for me as everyday fragrance.
I'd have liked more rose, vanilla and musk here.
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Missk

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Fresh and Spring-like
I was originally looking for the EDP version but they didn't have a tester bottle, so I settled with the EDT.

I find many similarities between this fragrance and Allure by the same house. They both have a familiar soapy, fresh vanilla scent. I can't say that the lasting power was all that, but for an EDT it isn't bad.

The scent is a little common for my liking, however it is a perfect, inoffensive fragrance suitable for Spring or casual outings. Don't buy this if you're searching for something that is sensual, sexy or head-turning, Coco Mademoiselle EDT is much better suited as a bright, feminine and youthful fragrance.
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TeaWithMilk

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Fresh Fruity Floral for All
I seem to do better with CHANEL Eau de Toilettes than Eau de Parfums, and Coco Mlle is no exception. There are so many similar creations flooding the market, even within CHANEL's own house with the Chance line, but all of those other fruity florals seem kind of baseless, like ghostly fruits that just fade into oblivion too quickly.

Coco Mlle is all substance. It's surprisingly woody and complex for a fresh and fruity perfume; never boring. Longevity with the Eau de Toilette is remarkable on my skin, no worse than the Eau de Parfum.

I can see this being great for casual use as well as an evening out. Maybe not for sequinned dresses or ball gowns though.

SUMMARY: Easy pleaser for women of all ages

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