La Fumée Ottoman 2013

La Fumée Ottoman by Miller Harris
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La Fumée Ottoman is a popular limited perfume by Miller Harris for women and men and was released in 2013. The scent is spicy-oriental. The production was apparently discontinued. Pronunciation Limited Edition
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Perfumer

Lyn Harris

Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesBergamotBergamot
CardamomCardamom
Turkish roseTurkish rose
CuminCumin
Heart Notes Heart NotesFrankincenseFrankincense
CedarCedar
PatchouliPatchouli
Base Notes Base NotesAshAsh
AmberAmber
RoseRose
FruitsFruits

Ratings

Scent

8.159 Ratings

Longevity

7.542 Ratings

Sillage

6.844 Ratings

Bottle

7.849 Ratings
Submitted by Viola8, last update on 09.08.2020.
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Carboytony

116 Reviews
Carboytony
Carboytony
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Stays close to the skin
On my skin this is amber predominant, and the amber is joined by lightly wafting incense, here hints of rose, cumin and cardamom. Whispers of Patchouli arrive in the base notes. It's a skin scent on me, but quite good nonetheless. Longevity is about average, but I do think it is a bit overpriced, unless you get it on sale.
ColinM

516 Reviews
ColinM
ColinM
   3  
Overpriced fumes
La Fumée Ottoman opens with a nice, invigorating and “conventionally fascinating” sugary-zesty incense note, Givaudan’s bright and refined incense like you find pretty much anywhere since some years (not the “avantgarde” transparent note like in many CdG’s; think of some more organic-resinous and bright note, like in Maria Candida Gentile Exultat, or Fueguia Misiones and so on); then pepper, dusty balsamic olibanum and other rich, caramelized resins, a mellow sort of tobacco-woody note which reminds me of Tabacco Toscano by Santa Maria Novella; finally woods, patchouli and something plummy-fruity which together with woods (and to me, also something like suede) reminds me of the fruity-woody “suedeness”of Goodsir’s Cuir Velours (which means Lutens’ Daim Blond) ... that’s it, at the intersection of all these names lies La Fumée Ottoman. Basically the only “signature” difference is the usual musky and slightly camphorous note which lies on the base of several Harris scents, this included, creating their peculiar “grayish-dusty” feel. Woody drydown. Overall a decently pleasant scent, just a tad conventional and unoriginal in my opinion, but nice. Scandalously overpriced.

6,5/10
hedonist222

26 Reviews
hedonist222
hedonist222
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Beautiful
SotD La Fumee Ottoman - Miller Harris

If you're familiar with La Fumee, you'll relate to this review.

In a nut shell, this is La Fumee with the incense toned down and a very very sober rose added.
This would appeal to doting La Fumee fans or those who were overwhelmed with the incense accord in the original.

Statements

Carlitos01Carlitos01 2 years ago
8.5
Scent
8
Longevity
7
Sillage
8
Bottle
A more civilised version of "LA Fumée Arabie". Nevertheless I prefer the Arabic to the Ottoman version for its boldiness and aggressivity.

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