10 Aomassaï 2006

10 Aomassaï by Pierre Guillaume
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10 Aomassaï is a popular perfume by Pierre Guillaume for women and men and was released in 2006. The scent is gourmand-woody. The longevity is above-average. It is still available to purchase. Pronunciation
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Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesCoffeeCoffee
CaramelCaramel
Roasted hazelnutRoasted hazelnut
Heart Notes Heart NotesTolu balmTolu balm
Bitter orangeBitter orange
FrankincenseFrankincense
LiquoriceLiquorice
Base Notes Base NotesWenge woodWenge wood
ResinsResins
Dry grassDry grass

Ratings

Scent

7.5229 Ratings

Longevity

8.1164 Ratings

Sillage

6.6153 Ratings

Bottle

7.4142 Ratings

Value for money

7.210 Ratings
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9.5
Scent
9
Longevity
9
Sillage
9
Bottle
8
Pricing
Oudaddict

14 Reviews
Oudaddict
Oudaddict
   1  
Hazelnut dream
A sweet hazelnuty and syrupy opening counteracted by the slightly boozy vibe. Vanilla burnt sugar, caramel and orange peel with a smoky incense quality. The creamy hay note in the mid adds complexity and spicy delicacy.
Dark, resinous, bitter-sweet and spicy powdery due to the incense, this one caresses the senses with a suede type of smoothness.
Very distinctive and sinfully good.

A one of a kind demi-gourmand.
9.5
Scent
8
Longevity
7
Sillage
8
Bottle
8
Pricing
Nadinepoet
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Nadinepoet
Helpful Review    5  
Cape Town at the old timber market
Cape Town - my second home and this scent catapults me non-stop to Capetown to the Old Wood Market, which unfortunately no longer exists as it once was, it had to give way because of the Green Point football stadium. At this market, there was always stall after stall, row after row of wonderful handmade specialities - mostly made of wood. Lots of people, dry warmth or even heat, light brown dusty floor, warm creaminess close to the skin and warm dark wood were always the smells I noticed at this market. This scent gives me a feeling of home when I close my eyes, it gives me the warmth and sun of South Africa - and also a bit of homesickness and wanderlust
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8.5
Scent
8
Longevity
7
Sillage
7
Bottle
pudelbonzo
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Helpful Review    13  
Coffee party with Irish coffee
Today I took a spray of No. 10 and was pleasantly surprised by the cosy atmosphere emanating from the fragrance.

I'm thinking of cozy afternoons with my ma and her friend Gisela, which we enjoyed spending in the Cafe Wien.

The place was plush and dignified - but not kitschy and musty.
A comfortable cafe for Best Agers - where I also liked to relax.

Despite the hint of nostalgia everything was neat and stylish.

The two Irish coffees, which my ladies ordered obligatorily, were also stylish.

This tasty coffee caramel note is also no. 10.
Hazelnut cookies were served - and everything was so peaceful.
People were in a chatty mood and enjoyed the company, which was easily surrounded by incense.
But that was only a touch that deepened the conversations, but still did not disturb the tranquility.

For me a beautiful memory of a harmonious get-together.
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6
Scent
2.5
Longevity
2.5
Sillage
5
Bottle
WRoth

153 Reviews
WRoth
WRoth
   1  
Aomassaï No.10
This fragrance opens with an interesting blend of woods, toasted hazelnuts and caramel. Incense and liquorice frame these notes and provide a salty-smoky contrast. Together with vetiver and various woods, incense dominates the mid development of the scent. The gourmand notes — nuts, caramel and orange — sweeten and balance the composition, but are no longer prominent. The more the fragrance develops, the more it loses substance and the woodsy notes give way to dried grass. Spices warm the last stages of the progression and create a beautiful woodsy-earthy dry down that is representative for the whole scent.
7
Scent
7
Longevity
6
Sillage
8
Bottle
Fanny

66 Reviews
Fanny
Fanny
   2  
Wonderful Development.
The opening: a thick patch of too much caramel and hazelnut slaps you in the face.

This quickly fades though into a beautiful spicy wood freshness with vetiver and hay, accompanied by a twist of licorice.
Very Refined and Yum!

I admire this second stage, it is superbly composed.
It leaves me wondering where all the previous -oppressive- sweetness went.
Probably justifiably downgraded to serve the above mentioned concoction.

I only wish this second stage was a tad stronger.
Or have I become so numb while testing heavy perfumes, that any scent will have to blow my head of in order to be able to appreciate any sillage?...

A must try!
CyberToy1

2 Reviews
CyberToy1
CyberToy1
   1  
A coffee note?????
Just love this trendy sexy juice, smells like mine, but the thing Is, I get a defo Coffee note, now Its not listed In the fragrance notes but I'm 100% confo It as Coffee with In, so what do you think guys coffee or not? Anyway Magical scent all the same.
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