Jasmin de Pays 2019

Jasmin de Pays by Perris Monte Carlo
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Jasmin de Pays is a perfume by Perris Monte Carlo for women and men and was released in 2019. The scent is floral-creamy. It is being marketed by Perris Group. Pronunciation
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Fragrance Notes

Jasmine absoluteJasmine absolute
CloveClove
TagetesTagetes
MuskMusk

Ratings

Scent

7.239 Ratings

Longevity

7.934 Ratings

Sillage

7.435 Ratings

Bottle

7.834 Ratings
Submitted by Cafenoir, last update on 28.05.2021.

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This fragrance is part of the "Les Parfums de Grasse" collection.
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Scent
Okarina
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Okarina
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The jasmine flowers in the pot
Smells like the jasmine blossoms in the pot, in the blazing sun after the rain. I smell the blossom here, the green of the branches and leaves, the wet earth and somehow it's warm. Very realistically like jasmine blossoms. Linear is the scent and I think it's beautiful.
But like all soliflor jasmine scents, it's just not for my skin. Who loves jasmine should try him, however. I find the mimosa and lavender scents of the same series equally recommendable. (The rose in the series has not done it to me)
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8
Longevity
8
Sillage
7
Bottle
Drseid

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Drseid
Drseid
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Dragon Pearl Jasmine Tea...
Jasmin de Pays opens with yellow marigold to meld with underlying white floral jasmine before transitioning to its heart. As the composition enters its early heart the jasmine highly intensifies, taking over as the star while eschewing the yellow floral's green tinge and gradually adding mild supporting clove. During the late dry-down the jasmine remains though subdued, as it slowly fades to reveal subtle, just slightly animalic musk in the base that hangs around through the finish. Projection is excellent, as is longevity at around 12 hours on skin.

It is no secret that I love jasmine when done right. In truth, a different jasmine soliflore (Jasmin Antique by Rogue Perfumery) released this year (2020) with similar listed notes impressed even beyond my wildest dreams. As Jasmin de Pays, a soliflore from the prior year has almost the same official notes (except the added marigold) would it too impress? Are the two compositions nearly interchangeable?

Let's answer the key question right away for those that don't want to read further... The answer is absolutely, "No." As a matter of fact, for two jasmine soliflores with similar notes, the fragrance profiles are about as dissimilar as can be. It turns out that despite the similar notes, the materials used and the implementation of the two different perfumers (Mr. Manual Cross for Jasmin Antique, and Mr. Jean-Claude Ellena Jasmin de Pays) couldn't be more striking. Jasmine de Pays comes off as seeking the scent of jasmine tea, Dragon Pearl Jasmine Tea in particular. It has a bit of an airy floral nature, presenting as somewhat thin and sanitized. This actually is a very close approximation of the Dragon Pearl Tea I love so much. That said, while in short doses while brewing and drinking the tea it can be quite appealing, but it tends to annoy as time passes, and Jasmin de Pays doesn't really develop much to add new revelations to the mix save for an unwelcome piercing green aspect not present in the tea from the marigold. By contrast, Jasmin Antique (reviewed separately) is deep, heady, narcotic, more nuanced and evolving, capturing the smell of jasmine grandiflorum in the field complete with its indolic presence perfectly. Each will appeal to jasmine lovers to a degree with no overlap, but for *this* jasmine lover, only one is a "must have," masterpiece, and it isn't Jasmin de Pays. The bottom line is the $200 per 100ml bottle Jasmin de Pays captures the scent of Dragon Pearl Jasmine Tea quite well, but it wears thin as time passes with its lack of development and nuance, earning it a "good" 3 stars out of 5 rating and a neutral recommendation except to Dragon Pearl Jasmine tea lovers that can't get enough of its fragrance.
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Josefina
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Josefina
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White gold jasmine
Summer 2018, Ithaca Island, the capital Vathi. White house with blue shutters on the 2nd city terrace above the sea. In the morning several roosters crow, the relentless Greek sun rises from the sea. Some locals drive to work with small noisy motorcycles and the city wakes up. A white smell creeps into the open balcony door. Jasmine ...
I also like the intrusion of the wrong jasmine - the so-called European whistle-stop in Central Europe.
But I perceive this smell a little differently. Creamier. I feel it coming from the heat of the sun and the turquoise sea. Would you like sunscreen on the bronze bodies of tourists? Or a spicy carnation from a lunch you've just prepared?
The fragrances are created from memories and are perhaps more colourful than they were then And so I hope that those who perceive the scent of real jasmine differently will forgive me. Even those who can just smell it :) This is "my" jasmine and its fragrance in a bottle from Perris Monte Carlo is called Jasmine de Pays.
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Marquise27
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Very helpful Review    9  
Jasmine High 10
A very nice clear, pure and very appealing jasmine scent. Little change in fragrance course, he does not need either, beautiful from the first hours until about 8-10 hours later. For me, it's a very feminine scent. It belongs to the gentler jasmine perfumes, does not corner in my environment, but leaves yew a fine idea of summery feelings, spirit and brightness. I don't smell the clove- luckily, it's not my thing. I think the musk gives him this fine, very gentle and clean image. Not for every day but in any case a very serious candidate for the hot season because he develops very well through the heat . Noble bottle and a price in the middle segment that holds super well.
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