Dirty Money 2011

Dirty Money by Neotantric
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Dirty Money is a perfume by Neotantric for men and was released in 2011. The scent is green-spicy. It is still in production.
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Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesSaffron, Pink pepper, Lemon
Heart Notes Heart NotesJasmine, Black pepper, Nutmeg
Base Notes Base NotesTobacco, Cedarwood, Vetiver

Ratings

Scent

7.0 | 5 Ratings

Longevity

7.8 | 4 Ratings

Sillage

7.0 | 4 Ratings

Bottle

5.9 | 8 Ratings
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7
Scent
7
Longevity
7
Sillage
7
Bottle
Chizza
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Chizza
Chizza
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To be resinous or Not to be resinous, that's one of the questions
For a moment I thought about writing something with the smell of money and the scent here, keyword pecunia non olet and then flux the bow to dirty money. I refrained from that because the label Neotantric, last active with new fragrances almost a decade ago, offers enough space for words even for you. If you search the internet, you will find various hints how to understand other scents of the label, especially for Dirty Money I couldn't find anything. The perfumer, however, has already composed for Ferragamo and Armani to name two examples. The fragrance aroused my interest because it's supposed to be resinous.
In fact, the resinous note is an illusion in my eyes, constructed by pepper on felt wet cedar wood. Which doesn't mean it makes Dirty Money any less valuable. From the beginning the vetiver dominates, slightly musty and earthy. It describes the framework of the fragrance. Here, wet wood meets pepper. It's not too much pepper, the spice is even taken up by the wet wood. The wood itself doesn't necessarily smell of forest. More like freshly glazed wooden planks. Saffron I can't perceive here and also the lack of seriousness of the pepper makes Dirty Money a "doom".
Fate, because the course of the fragrance does not hold any big surprises and the whole work is not sharply enough outlined for a monotonous creation. There should have been more spice and more intensity of resin smell. So Neotantric has certainly created a splendid work, but will hardly be able to assert itself against similar scents.
With every hour, the perfume moves a little away from the forest, as if it were no longer possible to maintain this illusion. Here it smells spicy with green and pungent notes. Good in principle, but a little arbitrary. Yet in the overall context, this is not massively important.
Now who's that for? Perhaps for those for whom Hwyl is too woody, too ethereally woody. For those for whom Arborist is a little too realistic, whereas one would like to have realism. Dirty Money leaves an olfactory impression but I have to say that the differences to the above mentioned are small.
For this reason you should test Dirty Money if you have the opportunity. I've heard positive voices that appreciate exactly this scent and I can understand that. Since I already own similar works, I'm out, though.
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