Maison Royale - Plaisir Baiser

Maison Royale - Plaisir Baiser by MD - Meo Distribuzione
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Maison Royale - Plaisir Baiser is a perfume by MD - Meo Distribuzione for women and men. The release year is unknown. The scent is spicy-gourmand. Projection and longevity are above-average. It is still available to purchase.
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Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesFrench pink pepperFrench pink pepper
Egyptian geraniumEgyptian geranium
PeachPeach
Wild berriesWild berries
Heart Notes Heart NotesFrench violetFrench violet
Turkish roseTurkish rose
Egyptian jasmineEgyptian jasmine
Indonesian patchouliIndonesian patchouli
Base Notes Base NotesWhite muskWhite musk
AmberAmber
Bourbon vanillaBourbon vanilla
French pine

Ratings

Scent

8.15 Ratings

Longevity

8.45 Ratings

Sillage

8.05 Ratings

Bottle

7.85 Ratings
Submitted by Verbaplex, last update on 02.04.2021.
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8
Scent
9
Longevity
9
Sillage
6
Bottle
10
Pricing
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Top Review    9  
Baroque pleasure garden
Today I would like to describe a fragrance that is already alone because of its lush and varied fragrance notes, actually difficult to put into words.

As an image to this fragrance, the French royal court at the time of the Sun King comes to mind. Lush, sweet, decadent and lustful. I see elegant court ladies, in coquettish clothes, who sit in a generously laid out pleasure garden, on the swings so popular at the time, and let themselves be pushed by greedy gallants, who thereby catch a glimpse now and then under the wide, bobbing hoop skirts. I see lush carpets of violets and scented roses blooming in full glory, next to imaginatively arranged clumps of conifers. And I see little petit fours, decorated with thick icing and candied violets, served by servants for the afternoon to keep the court company happy. And in my imagination, some of those ladies might have been wearing such a fragrance (I'm blanking out the other unedifying body odors of the time to be covered up - I can vividly imagine them...)

Now to the fragrance:
The starts powerfully sweet with candied violet, rose scent and the very special scent of freshly stirred thick powdered sugar icing. So that it is not quite so boring, comes a hearty charge of pink pepper added -purpose of wickedness ;)

Relatively quickly, there is still a fruity hint, which in my opinion most reminiscent of wild berries. And, something remarkable - it comes an aromatic coniferous smell - which makes the whole now already somewhat unusual and charming. The fragrance remains, however, mainly carried by sweet aromas.

The base notes of musk and vanilla (just a touch of softness) round off the whole now, and embed the Aromenüppigkeit.

The fragrance has quite a decent silage and holds out 8 hours. He accompanies me with its baroque fullness and lavish sweetness. To this I have not always mood, but now and then something like that is very nice - just because I have not smelled it soo often in this constellation.

The brand was a chance find. The comes from Italy, and I almost assume, it produces fragrances that are also available in "expensive" in a similar form. This one, belongs rather to the cheaper fragrances, but the quality has me so convinced that I got me a second fragrance of this manufacturer.

The flacon is now not the Highligt, and seems cheap, but endeavors - and he really does what he should.

The fragrance I see more on women than on men - and that at temperatures up to 15 degrees, as he already brings a certain sweet, heaviness.

Who likes sweet and lush - you can really test, because he has incorporated unusual flavors.
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10
Scent
7
Longevity
6
Sillage
10
Bottle
Elysium

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In Praise Of The Kiss
I have known the Maison Royale brand for a couple of years; I noticed it at a store with a perfumery department, and the perfumes, eight samples to be exact, were arranged on a dedicated display. The flawless look, the bottles all the same shape with the crown effigy printed, and the names analogous to niche brands or famous designers immediately made me think of reproductions. I state that I have nothing against well-made imitations; some are even better than the original if the raw material is authentic. But I was looking for more, and I was in a hurry, so I didn't give them the time they deserved. Yesterday, however, I passed by the same shop, which had been completely renovated in the meantime, and intrigued, I went directly to the perfume department. This time they were on the shelf, at a promotional price, and I didn't miss them again. Plaisir Baiser is the first perfume from the Maison Royale to join my collection. I did a quick test of all eight pieces, and immediately this was the one that caught my attention the most. They are all good, in EDP concentration, and made in Italy with raw material from Grasse, but this one had something unfamiliar and captivating to my nose. And now I share it with you. Plaisir Baiser starts with its name, which means kissing in French, but even to have sex in slang expression.
Kissing brings excitement and orgasm and strengthens the romantic relationship, which is the reason for this review title, "In praise of the kiss." Kissing is a genuine pleasure and is one of our major erotic games! The kiss awakens the desire in both partners. It increases excitement because it activates three of our five senses: taste, touch and smell. Multiple sensory factors are then awake. And Plaisir Baiser is all of these sensations, it touches our faces and our bodies, also on our mouth, our very soul, quickly become fiery and flaming, full of the turmoil of inner fire! The scent is another fragrance that is easily unisex, so sensual, whimsical, luscious and warm. I can see the black cliffs of a lost island somewhere away from navigable waterways. The peaks of the ridges rise above the dense clouds. No sound disturbs the island's quiet, only the splashes of the waves crashing on the rocks and an occasional low growl coming from the top of the cliffs. Dark, heavy, dangerous and strangely comforting.

The roster mentions few notes, yet there is much more in there. When the elixir touches my skin, its warmth gives a brightness to the opening, all scented with the smell of burning green woods, doused in alcoholic bittersweet amaretto, perfect for this foggy Saturday morning in late autumn. Nothing remotely sweet to be found in the spice-alcoholic bomb of the real Amaretto di Saronno. Others might complain about the opening's sharpness, but I find this stimulating in fragrances; go figure. It was a blast of very alcoholic liquor with a slightly bitter bite of fresh geranium leaves. I wasn't even sure it was a good thing or a bad thing, but it grew in me. It is not overly sweet; a dirty patch is clear from the very beginning. However, the bizarre opening doesn't last long. It softens quickly. The following spices are soft and toasted. It is a sensual and impertinent elixir, right from the first notes.

As the top notes stabilize, there is a cross-fade in the perfume's very oriental heart, rich in dry cedar, a creamy rose and ultra-dark chocolate mixed with incense. The bitterness subsides, the spice fades. The sweetness is tempered so that it does not in any way go towards a greedy territory. It is full of oriental balsamic. Patchouli here manifests itself in its chocolaty expression. Patch and rose is a combo I am fond of. The heart is bitter, resinous, at times musky and talc. Reading among the ingredients, I notice the presence of alpha-iso methyl ionone, which leads me to suppose the existence of notes of iris or violet leaves, which give that slightly dusty appearance, however not dominant but dominated by a more imposing white musk. A soft, delicate floral mix spread. I love that the floral linger that way. It might be indolic jasmine, enough to soften and lighten without being cloying or dominant. The main phase lasts a long time; they are the nuances I perceive for many hours after wearing it. It is so dark and smoky. And I mean smoky. To me, it has elements of bonfire smoke. It is sensual, inducing, provocating.

In the finale, I feel amber, resinous as the ambergris, and earthy accords. My skin brings out resin and patchouli right from the start in any fragrance that has it, and this one is no exception. The base is full of pine's resin on my skin with patchouli and persistent sweetness extended through the balsamic notes of probable cumarin, allegedly tonka or vanilla. I sprayed the perfume on a slip of paper simultaneously, and at this point, you can feel the dark, resinous, and earthy accords there. Exactly the ones I sensed in the store when I smelled it on the paper strip. Last but not least, there are musky tones that add gentleness and soflty cuddle my soul.

Plaisir Baiser is another winner for the comfort of the cold months. It is dry, hot and cold simultaneously, a little spicy, and I also feel something like incense. I get a faint, smoky, snug and slightly bitter smoke, with a hint of musk to make it enjoyable. Sour accords are there to impart a bitter-sweetness, but never as heavy as some almond scents can be, and here they are perfect. The patchouli gives a chocolate quality in the background, and the resins are hot, steaming and very comfortable. It smells scary at first, but then it stays closer to the skin than you might think at first. It's not exactly a skin perfume, but it won't make others fall out. And this will stay on your skin or clothing for a long, long time. A lot is going on in this perfume. For me, it's one that I have to wear several times to get the full range. It is unique because it gives you something different every time you wear it, making it exciting and not dull to wear. But the beauty of this perfume, or it spoils it depending on your point of view, is that it doesn't stay with a note for very long until it turns into something else. The nose of this perfume has undoubtedly created a complex and non-linear bouquet. Plaisir Baiser is a sharp scent that oozes confidence and sophistication.

This review bases on a 100 ml (3.4 fl. oz.) bottle I own since December 2020.

-Elysium

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ElysiumElysium 12 months ago
10
Scent
7
Longevity
6
Sillage
10
Bottle
Sensual and impertinent dark choco, yet there is much more in there. Others might complain about the opening's sharpness, but I love it!

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