Lil by Olympic Orchids Artisan Perfumes
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Lil is a perfume by Olympic Orchids Artisan Perfumes for women and men and was released in 2012. The scent is woody-fruity. The longevity is above-average. The production was apparently discontinued.

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Perfumer

Dr. Ellen Covey

Fragrance Notes

Cyclamen, Cashmeran, Davana, Angel's trumpet, Geranium, Woody notes, Kaffir lime leaf, Lily-of-the-valley, Musk, Passion fruit, Patchouli, Rose, Pandanus

Ratings

Scent

8.0 (9 Ratings)

Longevity

8.8 (8 Ratings)

Sillage

7.4 (8 Ratings)

Bottle

6.7 (6 Ratings)
Submitted by Ergoproxy, last update on 25.09.2019
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Jarrock32

10 Reviews
Jarrock32
Jarrock32
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Fizzy tonic in a silver mirror
What an amazing and shocking fragrance with a silver fizzy musky tones, like tonic water extremely deep and thin. No sign of a floral femenine fragrance after a few minutes, everything turns into a musky metallic mouthwatering thing with a subtle and regal floral background. All in this fragrance is white, brilliant and brave. It´s like a medieval armour. Remember of those fragrances like Montale Black Musk without the weird glue note. Perfect and unique in his rank.
Digindirt

47 Reviews
Digindirt
Digindirt
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Shooting Blanks
Lil can be classified as a comfort scent as buttery honey melted in a pot of big white flowers, namely Angel's Trumpet, envelops your senses with a touch of lime. Floral freshness with layers of depth creates heady sillage. The fruity top notes are insignificant as lily of the valley and geranium develop brightly. Soft citrus remains until the woods make an appearance.

Softer and sweeter than Golden Cattalya, Lil has a sexy vibe that is carried out by the cashmeran and musky notes. This could be considered an evening fragrance if the greens were a little less pronounced.

Surprisingly, the freshness fades and stale oranges emerge. This stage is not completely unpleasant, it's just flat. Considering the exotic notes listed, I was expecting a Spud, not a Dud.

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