Multiple Rouge 2008

Multiple Rouge by Humięcki & Graef
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Multiple Rouge is a perfume by Humięcki & Graef for women and was released in 2008. The scent is fruity-fresh. The longevity is above-average. It is still available to purchase. Pronunciation
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Fragrance Notes

CinnamonCinnamon
OrangeOrange
Green pineappleGreen pineapple
Immortelle absoluteImmortelle absolute
Vietnamese corianderVietnamese coriander
Green violet
Peach stone
Red berriesRed berries

Ratings

Scent

5.749 Ratings

Longevity

8.240 Ratings

Sillage

7.230 Ratings

Bottle

6.532 Ratings
Submitted by DirkDS, last update on 19.03.2021.
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8.5
Scent
9
Longevity
4
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nature morte
Multiple Rouge starts as a successful tightrope walk between functional perfumery - the branch that deals with the design of how household and cleaning products smell - and 'haute' perfumery of the cosmetics industry. Imagine, right off the bat, a 'fruity, berry' scrubbing product, but one that has been infused with the very finest fragrances and is as efficient as it is delicate. Multiple Rouge, which as noted below could very well be called Multiple Jaune, seemingly effortlessly combines ingredients that are otherwise always well separated from each other: central for me is a combination of immortelle and something aniseed-like, ozonic, like floralozone, and a fruity/berry component that is hard to place: raspberry-blackberry, red apple and many unknowns. The unusual Immortelle / Ozone+ combination in particular may be the key to Multiple Rouge's - as it progresses - especially on the skin, the Immortelle aspect becomes stronger, and develops surprisingly naturally, much like when dried Helichrysium leaves are crushed between the fingers - all of this wholly un-sweet, and the fruity/berry aspect models strongly enough, reminiscent of the intensities that distinguish the fragrance to begin with. On fabric and paper, all of the fragrance's characters remain well intact for a very long time, but on skin, a development sets in on the helichrysium portion. Great.
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7.5
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7.5
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Fruit Compote Five Seconds from Fermenting
Humiecki & Graef MULTIPLE ROUGE is a rather gunky fruity concoction. I was wondering whether my sample had evaporated and that was why it seemed so thick, but having now read other people's reviews, it seems that this is what MULTIPLE ROUGE really smells like.

I would describe the scent as that of several kinds of fruits chopped up and forgotten about in a vat. They seem as though they are about five seconds from fermenting. The smell is not that of alcohol, but of very, very, ripe--even overripe--fruit. It's a different sort of smell than that of the bottom of jam jar because the fruits have been undergoing decomposition and there is no sugar present.

I'm not much for thick fruit compote perfumes to begin with, so it's not that surprising that MULTIPLE ROUGE is not for me.

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