Gandali by ID Parfums / Isabel Derroisné
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Gandali is a perfume by ID Parfums / Isabel Derroisné for women and was released in 2009. The scent is floral-fruity. It is still in production.

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Emilie Bouge

Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesStrawberry, Pomegranate, Passion fruit
Heart Notes Heart NotesJasmine sambac, Lily-of-the-valley, Rose
Base Notes Base NotesSandalwood, Vanilla



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the fruit basket with the large pink ribbon
When my acquaintance recently came to me for a chat and a cup of tea with her latest perfume from ID Parfums the other night, I was actually a little crumpled: I didn't feel like visiting at all.
But as so often it turned out that the good hour we spent together and with "Gandali" became very nice again and really nice "girl pink" nostalgic.

When we started this fragrance, we both thought of a former colleague and her preference for fruity shower baths: the more, the better!
Her children were out of the woods at that time and her life had stabilized in many ways after she had left her husband in a true "night and fog action".
When we met, everything was already running in "calm waters".
And so she could also do something for herself; she was still young enough and so full of joy!
How could she be happy about little things - it was a pleasure to watch her do them!
So she discovered a special summer offer at Yves Rocher: shower gel after shower gel - each with a different fruit note. So the agony of the choice became hard - all offered fragrances were ordered (typical girl!) then by me for her.
So a good week later I showed up at the office with an extra bag full of "fruit scents": Strawberry, cherry, pineapple, banana and of course vanilla were included.
She was ahead of her time and sometimes used several shower scents at the same time: sometimes it was a little violent, because on these hot summer days we could only open the skylights in the office.

So when I smelled "Gandali", this colleague immediately occurred to me: it was first of all a journey on the road of nostalgia!
Not quite as sweet fruits generously exude their aroma; this basket contains a large number of ripe red strawberries, broken pomegranates and some passion fruit halves - the fruit knife is still with it.
The white flat basket is decorated with a pink ribbon and a big pink bow for a reason.
There is a fruit symphony in Rosé.
Now the small-flowered climbing jasmine, no less fragrant-intensive than its large-flowered relative, joins in with this; it too can certainly quite harm sensitive noses.
Here he also meets a large cushion of flowering lily of the valley - that could go wrong!
Surprisingly, however, in combination with the summer ripe fruits, a pleasant fragrance is created; a very beautiful fragrant rose is in tune with this summery canon.
The solid craftsmanship is once again evident here.
The scents so far could cause a grandiose chaos and possibly even teach fear - but they don't!
They are still girlish pink and fruity-floral.
A vanilla foam cap lightly perfumed with spicy sandalwood crowns this pink and white scented painting in a delightfully youthful manner.
Why do I think at this point of the well-known Vichy check in these two delicate colors?
A summer dress made of cotton with white lace trimming on the wide skirt comes to my mind.
If my former colleague would still be at that age today - she would certainly be thrilled!

For me this cheerful fragrance is clearly too young; as a "flower creature" with fish blood I also find too much fruit, too much sweet pink.
But "Gandali" has a southern, summery charm and will certainly make friends with some scent noses among us.
Sillage and durability are not exceptional; but again in keeping with the reputation of ID Parfums/Isabel Derroisné.
The grey blue, pink and lilac packaging - a little paisley pattern, a few stylised flowers - actually goes very well with this fragrance.

Anyway, a short visit and this fragrant "Babydoll" have spiced up a grey evening entertainingly.
(Who still remembers these cute two-piece pyjamas with short panties and swinging top, also called "Springer" in German? They were just too cute and brought a "seductive touch" to some of the movies of that time.)
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