Indian Dream (2014)

Indian Dream by Mancera
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Indian Dream is a perfume by Mancera for women and men and was released in 2014. The scent is floral-sweet. It is still in production.

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Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesGeranium, Heliotrope, Orange blossom
Heart Notes Heart NotesIndian jasmine, Rose, Amber notes
Base Notes Base NotesSandalwood, White musk, Vetiver, Vanilla



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A bouquet of flowers
I was tested by the great brand Mancera and he was there as well. After about 10 fragrances of this brand I draw the conclusion: A great niche brand with high quality and not too high prices on niche basis. I also noticed this one in a positive light. I ordered a little sample bottling based on the pyramid. Not necessarily for me, but this flower mix sounds seductive, which has also been confirmed.

First of all to the name that was not chosen optimally: No, he doesn't have an Indian touch. That name is totally inappropriate. The reason for this name will probably be the Indian Jasmine. Jasmine is definitely perceptible, but whether Indian or elsewhere, it doesn't really matter. Be that as it may, you shouldn't let names influence you too much.
The bottle is like almost all Mancera's very pretty. Here with gold,pink and white. Totally pretty and definitely an eye-catcher.
The fragrance is an extremely floral fragrance. Why does one recognize quickly: head and heart almost exclusively flowers. I like to wear a flowery scent and to ladies I love feminine-floral scents. Especially jasmine. My favourite note in women's fragrances, because this note is so attractive and feminine. Therefore I feel this smell also only conditionally unisex and to carry this as gentleman is already very extravagant.
The flowery notes can be easily smeared. In the opening a lot of heliotrope and geranium. Even the soft orange blossom is present, but not as penetrating as in many fragrances. The fragrance is never too much and is rather flowery-clean and well-groomed. The main note of this fragrance is also the name giver: Indian Jasmine. Of course you can't smell Indian, but a wonderful jasmine note is very pleasant and sensual here. For a long time it has been so flowery, but also not as extremely difficult as one might expect. The mix is well balanced. The base is very common but also pleasant. Wood, musk and vanilla. For me from back to front a pleasant companion for a beautiful well-kept lady.
The performance is quite good. The Sillage is pleasant, not too oppressive and also not too lean. Shelf life is with approx. 6-7 hours also in order.

All in all a great release that I can only recommend to everyone. Who does not like too flowery smells, does not need to test this smell. Quite also suitable for everyday use, because he accompanies very pleasantly.
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