Noir Premier - Fleur Universelle 1900 2014

Noir Premier - Fleur Universelle 1900 by Lalique
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Noir Premier - Fleur Universelle 1900 is a popular perfume by Lalique for women and men and was released in 2014. The scent is spicy-floral. It is being marketed by Lalique Group / Art & Fragrance. Pronunciation
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Perfumers

Julie Massé, Mane

Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesPink pepper, Rum, Cardamom
Heart Notes Heart NotesEverlasting flower, Myrrh, Cinnamon
Base Notes Base NotesPatchouli, Tonka bean, Lorenox™

Ratings

Scent

8.0 (91 Ratings)

Longevity

7.8 (78 Ratings)

Sillage

7.2 (84 Ratings)

Bottle

9.2 (95 Ratings)
Submitted by Apicius, last update on 03.05.2020.
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Reviews

8.5
Scent
8
Longevity
8
Sillage
9
Bottle
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It follows appearance by appearance
"Noir Premier - Fleur Universelle 1900" lives up to its name. So this spicy dark scent conglomerate is usable both in autumn and in winter, but despite its in my eyes quite universal use of the seasons - summer and spring evenings actually go as well - it is a premiere and that with every wearing. Premiere because several components, whether alone or combined, always celebrate their very own premiere in the course of the fragrance - whether excessive, dominant or particularly attention-grabbing should be left aside for the time being.

The rum and the pepper as a pair of two enter the stage first, but hardly get the chance to introduce themselves separately to the audience. With a quick follow-up appearance, the straw flower jumps out, whose scent resembles that of curry, but without evoking any associations with Indian cuisine - which is lucky. Gourmand pages are not served here.
Sometimes overshadowing everything else, one of my favourite spice notes is added. Some of you will probably know which one it is. It is the cinnamon whose appearance is one that I always want from it. It is not sweet and sticky, not reminiscent of rice pudding and other diabetic causes, but airy and spicy, decorated with its very own, typical aroma, which probably everyone knows. In the first half hour he steals a bit of the show from his stage mates, displaces the discreet "curryge" strawflower and only occasionally lets the rum look through the stage curtain, which I like. After all, I am a lover of cinnamon and he may quietly loudly and dominantly appear. I also like the olfactory character of rum, but not to an exaggerated degree, reminiscent of alcohol excesses. Fortunately everything fits here, so that the audience has a cinnamon-like spice with a little shot in front of their eyes ... uh... is being led in front of me.
Some time later, the tonka bean preparing the finale finds its way onto the stage. Her slightly vanilla face shimmers through, but she knows how to keep her temper and do justice to her role. This role is one that has to harmonize perfectly with its other stage mates in order not to scare anyone away. The strawflower doesn't want to be repressed any more after it has fought its way back to the stage a little, but this could happen again with a sticky-sweet tonka bean. Likewise, cinnamon does not want to end up as Müller rice pudding either. Even if the Tonka bean doesn't want to hide its sweetness completely from everyone, one can nevertheless benevolently state that it plays its role very well. The little bit of sweetness is just right, actually even perfect and the focus is on the powderiness her appearance brings with it anyway. So at the end everyone knows how to start something with all his companions on stage, no performance is diminished in its value, in its importance and relevance. The cinnamon had to take a back seat for this, but in the end this is rewarded by the masses. The audience benefits from the smooth interaction, which is characterized by so much warmth and harmony, so that at the end of the evening everyone, male as well as female, wants to catch a short signature of those who played on that stage with the audience's senses
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Statements

HermeshHermesh 5 years ago
7
Scent
7.5
Longevity
7.5
Sillage
10
Bottle
Spicy rum immortelle combination, moderately sweet and woody. The fragrance with style!

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