Canabis

Canabis by Kolmaz
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Canabis is a perfume by Kolmaz for women and men. The release year is unknown. The scent is green-aquatic. It is still available to purchase.
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Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesJasmineJasmine Green notesGreen notes
Heart Notes Heart NotesRoseRose BlackcurrantBlackcurrant AppleApple PeachPeach Aquatic notesAquatic notes
Base Notes Base NotesMuskMusk SandalwoodSandalwood

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Scent

7.73 Ratings

Longevity

7.73 Ratings

Sillage

6.33 Ratings

Bottle

6.76 Ratings
Submitted by Irini, last update on 28.06.2021.
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Don't Be Fooled by the Enticing Name
So, Kolmaz already has Marijuana in its collection. If you're anything like me, you've probably wondered about the difference between cannabis and marijuana. To the untrained eye, these two words have the same basic meaning. However, they're quite a bit different. Cannabis is the genus, while marijuana is the species. Both hemp and marijuana plants belong to the cannabis genus. In other words, all marijuana is cannabis, but not all cannabis is marijuana. I can't put my finger on it, but I like it because it reminds me of something I have already smelt, though I cannot associate with it. The more I smell it, the more I feel I am getting closer. This scent holds a delicious smell that heats your heart and reaches the end of your soul. It is a lovely composition. However, it has the backbone of something known, not for the masses, yet already done. Assuming that Canabis is a replica of a popular fragrance, it doesn't add much value to the fragrance kingdom, ain't no an original scent, but it's a great one.

The composition opens with floral jasmine and a touch of green notes. I bet that the Arabian Sambac variety is used here compared to the European Officinale variety with a more greenish facet. I love the scent of jasmine, which is known as both the king and queen of flowers, and the cliche runs that there is no perfume without it. There is hardly a fragrance without an element of Jasmin notes, even if the real thing is too expensive for everyday perfumery. The quality of the components is undeniable, no matter whether 100% natural or synthetic ingredients are mixed. Indeed, to very many noses, it's a heavenly scent: sweet and intoxicating, with creamy green facets and a kind of musky undertone. Is the green note somehow referring to the cannabis? Perhaps yes, cause the earthy, pungent, and herbal nuances of the weed are in there.

The heart notes are predominantly fruity, with clean, crisp green apples, fresh-cut ripe peaches, and a blast of dried apricots. Here I get the unmistakable mellow aroma that escapes from a snack bag of dried dark orange apricots when you open it. In Europe, apricots were long considered an aphrodisiac and were used in this context in William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream. Canabis has one of the most realistic fruity hearts, and it is similar to an Indian summer in a bottle. Instead, the floral aspect is not gone; rather, it pursues with light rose's petals, watered with salty drops of sea dew. Strangely it holds no beach associations for me but instead conjures those golden blue sky days that segue sunny and warm into the Mediterranean autumn.

Nothing on this planet or beyond, I venture to guess, smells quite like Canabis. The dry down is sweet, with tons of creamy sandalwood and just the correct dose of "live" musk, sometimes charming, sometimes cozy, and sometimes unashamedly sexual, which keeps the scent strong enough for lasting many hours.

I would classify Canabis as a floral-fruity scent suitable for sparkling spring and hot summer days. It could be worn harmlessly at work since it does not project further than your harms, significant and inoffensive; however, it lasts many hours.

Don't be fooled by the enticing name. Canabis is anything but illegal; no cannabis, hemp, or marijuana leaves are in there, sadly. Indeed, something good reminiscent of weed is perceivable. Just another excellent blind buy from Kolmaz, the scent is made in France and has an EDP concentration. I get plenty of compliments when I rock it.

Smell good,
Elysium
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ElysiumElysium 4 years ago
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Bottle
6
Sillage
8
Longevity
8
Scent
Don't be fooled by the enticing name, it's a wondrous fruity-floral scent built around peach & apricot. Men & Women & everything in between
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