Conquistador (2017)

Conquistador by Franck Muller
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Conquistador is a perfume by Franck Muller for men and was released in 2017. The scent is spicy-leathery. Projection and longevity are above-average. It is still in production.

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Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesCognac, Juniper berry, Lavender
Heart Notes Heart NotesIris, Violet, Geranium, Frankincense, Cistus, Ginger
Base Notes Base NotesAmber, Vanilla, Benzoin, Patchouli, Musk, Leather



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FRANCK MULLER's GENEVE olfactory complication
As soon as a busy Paris Fashion Week was finished, I had to pay homage to my muse of the olfactory arts again and accordingly a visit to Jovoy was on the program again.
A highly risky undertaking, as one always loses oneself as a perfume-monista hopelessly in this temple of sin of enticing olfactory fruits.

If originally only the etude of "Fragrance du Bois" perfumes was on the list, you simply can't resist the temptation to look for other, still unknown fragrances.
Invited by Valérie to the rear Séparée - how could I disagree with such an invitation - my astonished eyes saw a splendid golden display by Franck Muller Geneve!
Completely surprised that this Maître Horlogère now also has perfumes, they would of course have to be tested immediately.

The splendid bottle, with referencing lithography of the watches Manufacture F M G at hand, was first sprayed with the noble golden Test Cartonage and immediately a cloud of full-bodied cognacs, in which supposedly for weeks berries were inserted, beguiled the senses.
Immediately another spray on the wrist to test the kick on the skin. What a broadside from which one must first recover...
In order to process this impression for the first time, attention was initially focused on the nobly embossed test cartons, which were available in an elongated 5-panel display. Each of the five different fragrances had its own test card with the name of the fragrance imprinted on it.
Absolutely exemplary, in order to be able to still assign these after several tested smells!
After recovering from the first flash, we went into fine analysis.
Still dominant, the fruity berry component remains present throughout the entire wearing period and is finely integrated florally.
Slowly, the warm, balsamic ingredients make their presence felt and transform the perfume into an extremely animal scent, which probably helps it to its name. Bedded on leather, the different base notes play their lustful game, which lasts for hours and simply doesn't want to find an end.
Applied again early in the evening before going out, the fragrance was clearly perceptible the next morning.

Thus, the test and purchase of Conquistador was a real surprise and give the existence of F M G as a perfume brand its justification.

So Jovoy's visit was once again an olfactory trip on the highest level, which turned out to be expensive again, as I left this temple of sin with five new bottles and many rehearsals, which should fix you back on the next trip...

After leaving the store, I learned of the death of Charles Aznavour in a brasserie. A sad event which diminished my joy in the new perfumes on this day.

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Not just for men
This unisex fragrance is, much like the watch, for the confident.
Many women adore this for themselves as well...including me! The Tobacca and Cognac mix is not only unique but also extremely addictive. Some thing i love to wear in the evening as well as a crisp winters day as it definitely warms you up.

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