Wild Cherry (2016)

Wild Cherry by Mancera
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Wild Cherry is a perfume by Mancera for women and men and was released in 2016. The scent is sweet-fruity. The longevity is above-average. It is still in production.

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Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesBlack cherry, Bergamot, Calabrian lemon
Heart Notes Heart NotesIris, Jasmine, Sumatra patchouli, Heliotrope
Base Notes Base NotesWhite musk, Madagascan vanilla

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Scent

7.2 (54 Ratings)

Longevity

8.4 (51 Ratings)

Sillage

7.9 (51 Ratings)

Bottle

7.9 (60 Ratings)
Submitted by Amourage, last update on 27.07.2020.
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7.5
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Neighbour's cherries
I experienced Wild Cherry a few months ago as a sample of a very dear perfume and was completely captivated. How delicious! How unobtrusive! How elegant! How restrained and delicate cherry! Ever since then, Wild Cherry has been the epitome of the cherries from the neighborhood, which I wanted to nibble on. After I was able to complete a successful sharing, the fragrance was allowed to move in with me - and since then I can't get along with it anymore. I tried it on several days at different times. I simply feel that the fragrance and I are no longer coming together, so I don't need to let time pass by Not that he's not beautiful - no. He is very beautiful, still tender, discreet, fine. I just miss the cherry. Therefore I am faced with a mystery when I read about cherry marzipan impressions here. I don't perceive any of this. It can't be my nose, because all other scents are unchanged. Here I smell a fresh start, then a soft creaminess, which is also a bit powdery. An ideal fragrance for work, it seems to me, as it is not ready to be fixed and simply smells in a pleasant, unobtrusive way after the first few days of work. yeah, smells like what? At least not for cherry. And not to heliotrope. And therefore not after marzipan. He's not as cute with me as he is with other users. Only at the end, after really many, many hours - because the shelf life is very good - a very nice sweetness sets in. But it is also not from the cherry, but vanilla. Well, I'm not getting anywhere. I just don't understand it, so I'll leave it alone. It is now the second cherry scent I can't get along with - "Popped Cherry" was the first and couldn't make me happy either. Although I noticed a much clearer cherry there, there was no doubt from the first second that it was cherry - only I didn't like it very much, it seemed artificial to me. I don't feel any in Wild Cherry. What a pity, what a pity, and I very much hope that the scent will appeal more to my sharing participants. Maybe I'm cherry-blind? I have now decided to test my Guerlain bottle today. Then I have a sample of "Intense Cherry" by Montale. And then there's Lost Cherry, which I don't know and don't have. If all this is nothing, I come to the conclusion that, contrary to my expectations, cherry and I do not go together..
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Sundays with the Kirsch-Marzipan-Stollen on the Kuschel-Couch
This moment, when you enter one of Munich's niche perfumeries as part of a perfumery meeting and the staff recognizes most of your noses as soon as you enter it and knows that today you can hardly take a stab against this pack of nose-pickers. One sees one or the other lady's despair and resignation beaten in the face, but one defends oneself honestly and tries to help as far as one can help. Salvation comes when one or the other perfume appears at the checkout with the intention to buy: One tries to remember what is bought in order to have at least a hint of a chance at the next visit to make correct recommendations:

I was told at the checkout, beaming with joy:
"Wild Cherry! Your wife will be happy!"
"Nope, it's for me!" Cheshire cat high three.
"No kidding, are you?!"
This stunned look alone was worth the reduced 60 Euro to me.

I have to say, I test rather wildly. Sometimes by the colour of the bottle, sometimes by the brand, sometimes by the name of the perfume, which appeals to me. Somehow I felt like fruit again. Wild Cherry is already a great name, I like to eat cherries, but I am not even remotely conclusive whether I want to smell like that. And neither the golden cardboard nor the bottle in black and gold leopard look, which always reminds me of Peggy Bundy's leggings, appeal to me very much. But, as is so often the case, life depends primarily on inner values.

And the first time I spray, I immediately have to remember that I tested this fragrance before. This scent is not easily forgotten, especially as the composition of the chords is not very often to be found. First of all, the cherries beat you to death. There's not much nature in it. Everyone will be able to awaken a little different childhood memories, for me it is a really sweet mixture of Hubba-Bubba cherry, Cool-Aid cherry, doughnuts filled with cherry jelly, Dr. Pepper cherry and the good Maraschino cherries from the ice cream parlour. That sounds anything but healthy, but it's unreasonably delicious. It's easy to add paper-sweet notes of all kinds of sugar delicacies paired with almonds and vanilla. Thanks to the cherry I quickly think of all sorts of delicacies from Italy, but the most sticky thing in my brain is the idea of a Dresden marzipan stollen, garnished on top of the icing sugar with Maraschino cherries and the rest of the syrup from the glass tipped over. And as many children prefer to do, the cherry has to be the first one to get it. Unfortunately, the fruity half-life is also reached here after a good hour. But almonds, marzipan and vanilla continue to stick and won't let you go for the rest of the day.

Yes, no, a masculine scent sounds and above all smells different. And I'm not sure how many women I want to smell like that. Even in my wife, Wild Cherry is too much of a good thing for me. Not because it's so wild, but because it's just bickert-siass, as they like to say in the Alps. But I like the smell of it on me. It envelops me softly, provides absolute well-being like in aromatherapy.

It's the scent of the weekend, with which I lounge deep into the corner of my couch, together with a good book, a pot of green tea and a cuddly blanket, and hide everything else around me. With this fragrance I will be all mine for the rest of the day.

I gave this picture to my friendly perfumery salesgirl on my next visit to the perfumery, she sprayed the scent on herself, closed her eyes for a moment, then began to grin knowingly and then said: "Yes, that's her scent!"
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