Olympēa Blossom 2021

Olympēa Blossom by Paco Rabanne
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Olympēa Blossom is a new perfume by Paco Rabanne for women and was released in 2021. It is being marketed by Puig.
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Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesPink pepper, Damask rose
Heart Notes Heart NotesPear, Blackcurrant sorbet
Base Notes Base NotesSalted vanilla, Cashmeran, Patchouli
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Submitted by Franfan20, last update on 13.01.2021.
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Nothing is fake
...or as the "cool kids" would say: #nofilter

I find it is quite rare that you can perceive or smell out almost every contained fragrance note of a perfume.

The most likely succeeds still in the top note. In the further course, however, the Ingredenzien usually mix, so that usually no clearly flowing transition is to be made out.

The whole thing is then topped only by seemingly adventurous fragrance pyramids, which sound like a string of the most exquisite raw materials. Expectantly sprayed on, however, one often sobered up: Joa, smells vanillig.

Why I have chosen this somewhat general introduction? Well, because we have it with "Olympēa Blossom" quite clearly with a fragrance to do, which does not pretend something to what he is not.

The notes given above form a clear thread:

Head: Sweet rose loukhoum, underpinned by subtle spice, forms the intense prelude.

Heart: juicy fruit notes, dark, more currant than pear, gradually join in and offer some restraint to the sugary rose.
Base: a delicate veil of cashmeran lays itself delicately on the skin, dusted with a little vanilla powder and finally garnished with a single patchouli leaf, which gives off a little of its aroma here and there.

Now you might think the fragrance is boring, because absolutely predictable. But far from it! Rather, I find it absolutely refreshing that you get here exactly what is on it. Without beautification, without pretense. Without filters.

Finally, it should be noted that the fragrance has no resemblance to Olympēa, Olympēa Intense or the Olympēa Aquas. Basically, this is an independent creation, which one presents advertising in a popular and well-known flacon.

But this fact is ultimately the only pretense.
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