Aqaysos by Pierre Guillaume
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Aqaysos is a popular perfume by Pierre Guillaume for women and men and was released in 2017. The scent is fruity-spicy. It is still in production. Pronunciation
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Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesLime, Bergamot, Coriander
Heart Notes Heart NotesSichuan pepper, Blackcurrant
Base Notes Base NotesCocoa bean, Woods, White musk, Animalic musk

Ratings

Scent

8.1 (192 Ratings)

Longevity

7.4 (170 Ratings)

Sillage

6.8 (171 Ratings)

Bottle

8.2 (158 Ratings)
Submitted by OPomone, last update on 24.10.2020.

Interesting Facts

The fragrance is part of the collection "Huitième Art", which was renamed "Collection Noire" in 2018.
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DonJuanDeCat
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DonJuanDeCat
DonJuanDeCat
Top Review    9  
Fruit as art
Hello my dear snoopers and welcome to a new fragrance comment from me. Today I describe Aqaysos by Pierre Guillaume, who is best known for his fragrance line Parfumerie Générale, although this fragrance line is now also called Pierre Guillaume and was just a pun from his name anyway (with the initial letters P and G, maybe you noticed it... well, maybe not :D).

The fragrance here belongs or rather belonged to the "Huitième Art" collection (which is now called "Collection Noire"), the Eighth Art, so to speak. This alludes to the seven "fine arts", which are literature, performing arts (such as theatre), painting, sculpture, architecture and music. Perfumes were then regarded by many as the "Eighth Art", especially by Octavian Sever Coifan, an art historian and perfumer who has written umpteen books about fragrances. The fragrance line "Huitième Art" was based on Octavian's idea (Octavian... funny, in other forums or as another nickname in games I often call myself Don Octavio, I almost called myself Don Octavio here on Parfumo, but then I found Don Juan de Cat more funny, well... that was the birth of a commentary legend, mu ha ha ha ha ha... bah, next time I'd rather call myself Don Arroganto :DD) and was founded by Parfumerie Générale for its eighth birthday.

Aqaysos is now all about crystals, at least the fragrance was inspired by crystals and the light effect on these minerals, although I don't know where this inspiration really comes from, as the fragrances don't contain any minerals and the scent itself is rather fruity. Hence my title, which alludes to the fruits and to the Eighth Art, it has nothing to do with still lifes, which often show fruits (and wine, bread and such things, well you know these pictures, which many people often find a bit boring and then prefer to turn to nudes, which is not always a good idea, if you want to see a nude painting.For example, if you are unlucky enough to come across some "abstract nude paintings" instead of beautiful paintings, where you are not sure whether you see two or five breasts in the painting,... :D).
Anyway, I'll get to the scent description.

The smell:
In the top note I smell above all lime, currants and very light pepper. Everything smells like a nice, fruity drink and everything seems fresh and summery.
A little later the currants in particular are very good and intense, and the pepper is also slightly stronger, but it still remains far behind the fruity notes. The first woody notes are also gradually coming through and have a good, tart scent.
Towards the base, the fragrance gradually fades away, especially the fruity notes become much weaker. Now I smell more of a dark sweetness, this could be the musk. I also smell a peculiar, dry, sticky other note... that's hard to describe, I think I would describe it remotely with the steam from the iron, where the room gets more and more stuffy the longer you iron and what is the reason why I only iron twice a year :D
Anyway, the base doesn't knock me out so much and in the end it smells a bit woody and musky.

The Sillage and the durability:
The Sillage is above average. For the fact that the scent does not seem heavy, it is easy to smell, even if it should not fill the room, of course. I found the shelf life of over eight hours to be quite good.

The bottle! The bottle is rectangular and, as far as I can see from here, it has been dyed black on the inside to match the name of the Collection Noire, similar to some Narciso bottles. The cap is also black and cylindrical. You can see a round label on the front with the name of the fragrance. All quite nice, but not too exciting.

Conclusion:
Soo, so that was Aqaysos. A fragrance with a somewhat peculiar name, which starts out nice, smells good in itself, but becomes a bit less spectacular towards the end, at least for me. From the scent direction I would call it spring-like or summery, even if it should not appear 100% fresh. Maybe an all-rounder, if you leave out the cold winter.

You can already test it, because the top note and the middle part are quite good. Pierre Guillaume fragrances often have something wilful or strange about them, so they are always worth a test. This one is okay, I didn't like it that much, even if it is not bad.

So, I wouldn't describe this fragrance as a work of art, other fragrances would rather deserve this name (and no, I'm not talking about Aventus, you freaks!) but everybody feels differently and it's quite possible that you now think that I'm out of my mind and am telling absolute nonsense :D
Therefore, as I said: Just test it yourself!

And that brings me to the end and I wish you all a nice evening, until then :)
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Timilino
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Timilino
Timilino
Helpful Review    14  
A peppered currant bathed in musk
I did not have to think long for which fragrance I will write my first comment.
First of all, I haven't been around the perfume world for very long, so some fragrances are certainly "less spectacular" than those of a trained nose, but with a fascinating scent like a goal-laden football match, even a layman can recognize the special thing about it.

From the very first time I sprayed Aqaysos, I knew it was him. Just like the first eye contact with the love of life.
But how is an incomparable smile of a future partner reflected in a fragrance?
When spraying it on, I was surprised for a moment, a little indefinable was the first smell, DaveGahan compared it with Voltraren ointment, that's pretty good, but even these I somehow liked to smell as a child. So I was curious to inhale more. But in the twinkling of an eye a touch of citric joins in.
However, this breath is not noticeable for too long, because then a currant will take hold, and how! Not too sweet but very ripe and authentic, almost a bit sharpened.
Just like the first time you look cross with the love of life. Special.

With her comes the musk and in my example of love at first sight the male part, who wants to conquer the woman, already appears. It is precisely with this underpinning of musk that the currant is strengthened and comes peppered on top of it. I usually like fruit in combination with hearty ones with Pizza Hawaii or dates in a bacon coat. But this harmonizes excellently with black currant and pepper
Maybe I should test this interaction as a snack at the next opportunity.

Now to the durability, this is unfortunately not eternal compared to the love of life. But still very solid. During my last long car journey, it happened again and again that a breeze of currant found its way into my nose. This is addictive, because it is not intrusive but always pleasant. So the scent lasted a good 7 hours with me, which is completely okay
With the Sillage it behaves somewhat more inconspicuously, the musk peppered currant can be perceived more closely after 2-3 hours. But since I carry the fragrance primarily for me, it is not sk important to me if not everyone can sniff my currant bag I wear around my neck :-)

The flacon is inconspicuous and fits well in the hand. Only the fill level is not easy to read.

For me an absolute dream of fragrance, which fits like a glove especially on slightly cool to slightly warmer (not too hot) days
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Alexxx
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Alexxx
Helpful Review    12  
Blackcurrant spritzer or the fear of wasps
I was in the mountains once. Well, like, really. In Bavaria. All on foot. For somebody who had previously taken on the vineyards of his homeland at most, a real challenge. On several forced emergency stops and stops I wished I had never set off on this expedition, which was disastrous for me. Take a deep breath, pant, take a deep breath, pant - it was almost as if my lungs wanted to leave my body. Then all of a sudden the rows of trees thinned out and what had not been thought possible was reached: the summit. As I had used up all my liquid supplies on the way up (including those of my body cells), I used the last remaining energy to order a currant spritzer at the mountain hut.

What can I say? That was definitely the most blessed refreshment of my life. Boy, was that delightful. I pulled that .5 glass out in no time and ordered another one. Out of all the pain a smile was born on my face
And to this day, to this place, to this state Aqayisos brought me back. The key: a deliciously fresh-smelling currant. Even though some people write cassis, which means the same as blackcurrant, depending on the region of origin, I would avoid the word cassis. Simply and poignantly, because I always associate cassis with the sticky-sweet syrupy aroma that is sold by Monin, among others.

Aqayisos however is sweet and tart at the same time. This makes it extremely wearable and predestined for the summer. This interplay of sweet and tart is also rather masculine for me. Although it can pass for unisex, I really don't know if I would find it suitable for a woman. But of course it depends on the woman. And the biochemistry of her skin.

Speaking of which - on my skin the fragrance puts on an average performance. But for the summer, it certainly has an extremely pleasant silage, which should not cause thick air at any time. But I would have liked to take a bit more. Also the durability will probably lead to repeated spraying, if it should be a permanent companion for the long day.

Let's get back to the sweetness. Which in turn conjures up childhood memories. When I was a little boy, sitting in a meadow, stuffing currants inside me. Until, yes, until that one fucking wasp actually stung me. The howling was big. And the currant remained a branded food until my successful mountain ascent
But today I know: I would go anywhere in the summer with Aqayisos. Even mountains. And even if a wasp stung me, it would be worth the risk
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Chizza
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Chizza
Top Review    12  
The crucial question
Well, currants are one thing. In SMW from Creed they come across tangy and fresh, in Bleecker Street, for example, pleasantly fruity. Here it is also pleasantly fruity, although my subjective perception is that this is more likely to be later. The reason is an initial sweetness that reminds me of apricots, which seems to be overripe and does not correspond to my taste. Probably this will be due to the coriander, because one perceives that it is not a real sweetness, but a sweet undertone. At the risk of drawing a ridiculous comparison: it reminds me of curry powder, which also has a subliminal sweet note and contains coriander.
But first things first:

I read Aqaysos more often and thanks to dear Benedict I received a sample. My first impression: is that supposed to be this great fragrance? The Pyramid reads great and it is so...uninnovative. I then tested it more often, let it work for a long time and I have to say that Aqaysos is quite pleasing, but that was it for me. So I'm one of the first voices of the reserved, not so enthusiastic faction. Don't get me wrong: I don't find the fragrance bad. Merely as predictable and not very exciting.

Now this mentioned prelude contributes strongly to it. At first it is too sweet, only later does the much-cited pencil note of currant emerge. This is extraordinarily successful here, very intense but still pleasantly tart. I can guess Szechuan, if that is what gives the currant more profound spice. Nevertheless, I would have wished for a stronger note here, more would have been possible, and then the fragrance would have risen in my favour in a completely different way. But of course, this is the ultimate question; what more could one like? Fruit or spiciness?
That way I can keep it to myself: Aqaysos is nice, smells good most of the time but it can't tie me up. It smells as already known and so I expected more. To come back to the crucial question: Spiciness! And that is why I am in the wrong place. But whoever says fruit is right
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Benedikt2019
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Benedikt2019
Top Review    16  
100ml - A dialogue
Dude: Hey, tell me, did you know the Aqaysos, it's supposed to be pretty good, or?

I: Ahhh, good that you ask, I just tested it last week and I can tell you, it's good!
Buddy: Yeah, go ahead, tell about your test!

I: Hm, where do I start? So maybe on the first day of the test, I simply sprayed it on my forearm in the evening and sniffed a bit. Well, I don't know what to say. I liked him right away. Nice cassis note with some lime and the whole thing then still beautifully powdered.

Dude: powdered?

Me: Exactly, it looks as if the morning has been sprinkled with powder. But don't worry, not with sweet powder, it looks more like chalk, neutral. This makes sure that he gets that graphite note, you know, the one the Aventus also has?

Dude: Ah, I see, I like those!

Me: And me first, but still I was still hesitating after the first test. It's not exactly cheap, the Aqaysos. Just under 100 euros for the 50 ml and the 100 cost between 150-190 euros. That's a lot of money But the second test should then bring the decision. I wore it to work the next day and you know I work at school, so it's better to have fragrances that don't mist everything up! Well, I spray it on, you can be generous with that, and leave the house. In the car then cassis and chalk powder dance around my nose. I'll tell you the best part. Like a fruity, fresh, tangy veil!
Dude: Fresh?

I: Yes, you heard right: Fresh. It certainly gives the impression of being a Freshy. Similar to the Aventus, it has this very own kind of freshness, which is given by the tart pencil note.

Dude: Okay, I get it. And then what happened next? Was he holding up okay?
Me: Yes! At first I was sceptical about the durability, because I had read too many negative things here. But then he proved me wrong. He appears from time to time, he is there all of a sudden, I liked that very much. Also the Sillage is quite nice, my colleagues have asked me about it, although only from close proximity. I think he was perceptible on me for about 8 hours and the sillage was almost always half to full arm length. In fact, just like Aventus with me! Oh yes, and as far as the fragrance is concerned, the cassis naturally curls out to the back and the soft chalky veil remains and woods and some musk are added.

Dude: Sounds dreamy! And the bottle looks huge! This alone is certainly worth having in his collection. But, of course, what I would like to know is: did you decide on him?

Me: When I woke up the next day, it was clear that I had to buy it, because I put it back on straight away. This is, as you know, extremely rare with me, as my fragrances only repeat themselves about every 30 days - unfortunately! So I just ordered it.

Buddy: But you said at the beginning that there are 50ml and 100ml versions, but now I'm curious to know which one you chose so I know how special the scent is.

Me: 100ml!
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Norleans
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Norleans
Top Review    16  
Please also publish as "Intense
Peter Wilhelms Aqaysos is - like so many other fragrances in my still modest collection - a perfume find that I became aware of through comments and statements that fixed me so that I had to test it in my new favorite drug store (perfume shop). The test was, as expected, positive on the outside and resulted in a new money shift towards the perfumery shop in the Große Ble Bleich, in my beautiful adopted home Hamburg.

Admittedly, I often catch myself attaching the label "Besonderes Etwas" to a fragrance. But, dear Mitjunkies, it's always true, at least in combination with my nose. Aqaysos is also such a candidate, who has never been there for me before.
My well over 500 followers (thanks again at this point to all!) are aware that I can best on fresh scents. Be it with the addition citric, soapy, woody, spicy. But "fresh" should always be in it. Sure, there are exceptions. Even if this fine substance hasn't yet been classified as "fresh something" here, I feel quite differently here.

With Pierre Guillaumes Aqaysos there is a sharp freshness from the beginning (which doesn't hurt in any way) that I've never met before. A hint of glass cleaner smells there with, which becomes a little sweeter in the further process a little bit. The citric lime adds a few splashes until the lightly peppered currant is added. This wonderful mixture (including the other perfume I used, but which I can't really smell) results in a wonderfully different perfume, which I would like to have on me all day at the moment. In principle, the perfect fragrance...
...there wouldn't be the rather shallow Sillage and durability. With the Sillage I have the feeling that my nose is being played a trick. Similar to Molecule 01, I have the impression that Aqaysos "flickers". Sometimes I smell it quite strongly (like right now at the wrist) and a few minutes later it is very close again. But the durability is the biggest shortcoming of this great creation. Sprayed in the morning, I have to spray it twice in the office, so he can last until evening.

In summary, Aqaysos is a perfect fragrance that has a very short shelf life on my skin. An Intense version would be the perfect fragrance.

Thanks for reading and a nice weekend to all 500 :-)
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Pollita
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Pollita
Very helpful Review    4  
Black XS grows up
Thanks to Schoork's wonderful commentary, I became curious about this fragrance. Pierre Guillaume makes wonderful fragrances, even though I don't own any yet. I found Felanilla and Musc Maori very exciting at that time, as did L'Eau de Circé, but none of them even jumped the famous spark to buy. From Aqaysos I expected something completely different than what I then sniffed out. I expected much more fruit and sweetness. Nothing there. Aqaysos definitely has a predominant black currant note, but it's not sweet at all. And the base makes the scent clearly masculine for me. I'd find it much too harsh and too dark on a woman now.

The longer I sniff, the more the scent looks familiar to me. All of a sudden, it occurs to me. Black XS by Paco Rabanne. My husband rediscovered it this summer. Here, too, fruits play a prominent role, even if they are not listed except for lemon. Yet here I smell berries on a spicy base. Yes, they are similar, but while Black XS remains very sweet until the end, Aqaysos is thoroughly grown up. The fragrance has much more depth and looks somehow grounded. I like it very much, or I would like to sniff a man. Let's see if my better half likes him. Maybe a gift :)
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Rene72
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Rene72
Top Review    10  
Black berries in pepper coat
Today with 16 degrees and summer showers the Aquaysos tested in the course of the day. For me the weather always plays an important role, on hot days I wouldn't have wanted to wear it and it's not a winter scent either.

Aquaysos starts with me a bit irritating, which is probably due to the mixture bergamot/coriander. But it's purely personal and for me it's a bit uncoordinated like playing in an orchestra when the harmony is still being developed. But the recording is necessary for a good piece of music as well as for a promising fragrance experience.

Then, however, deep black juicy berries encased in pungent pepper. No musty pepper (smells of white pepper!) but the note stings pleasantly aromatic. For hours there is a beautiful multi-faceted interplay between ripe sweet-aromatic fruit and pleasant spiciness. I like that one. I guess nobody would season currants with pepper for dessert, would they? Why not try this.

The fragrance is then very pleasant with a soft woody note, becomes soft and warm, the fruit recedes just like the spiciness. It's a great transition. And a great end to the day, because it actually lasts a good nine hours with me. In the end body-hugging, but you can still see what was put on in the morning.

The office test still remains with third parties: some employees found it too sharp and demanding, others found it very valuable. So the effect on others remains open to some extent. But isn't this exactly the best recommendation?
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Leimbacher
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Leimbacher
Top Review    25  
Juicy beauty ponders on sunny Sundays
"Aqaysos" sounds like a Greek demigod, but it is my souvenir and my memory of a great city trip to Vienna. He just jumped up my nose as a spring companion, as you rarely experience it. Love at first sight, there's no other way to express it. Pierre Guillome has once again surpassed himself. "Aqaysos" is a creamy juicy currant scent with enough depth and treats to never get bored and keep you busy for days. A bitter-green fruit that I can't get out of my head...

Some blackcurrant, some musk, some dry grasses and some sunshine - that's a real work of art. Not the most beautiful currant of all time, because it is much more than that. It's not a monothematic scent. Much more a painting emerges, an impression that cannot be replaced or described. Purple, green, yellow, brown. Airy, complex, aromatic and light-footed. Light wind, cool hay, precocious berries, sparkling sparkling water. And all this on a hint of cocoa that you almost miss at the end when you blink. Because that is the Achilles tendon of this hero - he doesn't honor you forever, to say the least... All in all, however, an exceptional fragrance. A perfumed van Gogh.

Flacon: thick glass, black, good in the hand, stylish, great sprayer - nothing to complain about!
Sillage: a tender currant seedling.
Shelf life: a small minus point - 5 hours "only".

Conclusion: exactly for such olfactory miniorgasms we love and practice our hobby. Perfume in all its beauty. Sophisticated, high quality, special. You'll never get anything like that off the peg in a Douglas. Spring can come!
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Anarlan
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Anarlan
Top Review    24  
Black denim
They are my first choice for casual trousers, they almost always fit, the wardrobe is full of them, and you always buy them again because you think you still don't have enough. According to this, if you're looking for a new summer fragrance and don't want to buy any more perfumed black jeans, you shouldn't ask for one in the store. My perfumed black jeans are my citric summer visitors, I love them, but they are just enough for me. So a short announcement was made to the specialist staff of my trust, with a request not to pick out any black jeans. Said, done.

In front of me are a few modern looking, not really sharp-edged, yet rather striking flacons that look as if they are filled with engine oil. Black. Fragrances by Pierre Guillaume, French fragrance prodigy, chemist, perfumer and freethinker, a modern, urban type of his craft who has been creating perfumes for a little over 15 years, at home in science as well as in his craft. Exciting Type.

One of the candidates presented to me stands out in particular. The start is alcoholic, medical, tart, the comparison with Voltaren ointment from DaveGahan fits perfectly, the nose gets stuck because it smells surprisingly attractive, but already tart, dark shakiness mixes into the picture. Lime. No tropical cocktail lime, but a bitter, bitter lime that reminds me more of grapefruit and bergamot, even if none of it is listed in the list of ingredients. The impression is firm, matt, a dark, defined tone that is additionally tinted by coriander. Coriander I can't smell isolated, no contrast, so it lies on the lime more like an extra layer of varnish that gives it even more strength and edge.

A further facet now opens up as the fragrance develops: black currant, properly peppered, with matt, dry, light musk. As soon as berries and musks play a central role in a fragrance, I like to get into an inner fight-or-flight state. The range, with which both are used in fragrances, is enormous, from animalistically sweaty to clean-dry is everything in musk, both I like depending on the environment sometimes more, sometimes less. Berries are harder there. In such beautiful and proven contrasts as raspberry/leather they inspire me exceptionally, in synthetic-sweet blackjacks with Happy Berry permanent grins in the face they rob me of the last nerve. Here currant, diamond black, completely unsweet, aromatic, somewhat smoky and with a lot of pepper, presented in a dry, matt musk setting. In addition, there is a cool, light wood note, which at first, however, only suggests itself.

What a great idea. The scent now feels like driving through a pine forest in a convertible after a hot day on the beach at dusk (in my case I would wish for a Jaguar E-Type, it should be suitably black), from the Pacific a cool, foggy breeze. During the day one has sweated, but now one shivers slightly, while the skin is still burning from the sun. The slight dry sweating can also be found in the fragrance, I lean out of the window so far as to attribute it to the animal musk part, but this is by no means unpleasant or repulsive, but quasi just perceptible vibrates with and increases the charm of the impression, and that's how it should be. In this phase of cooling down, the fragrance remains quite a while, berry, musk, pepper, citric, wood, all there and polished to a very harmonious overall.

The fragrance slowly cools down towards the base, becomes lighter, almost menthol-green and resinous-woody, the light, I think synthetic wood tones stand out more clearly, while the dark green citric of the start, the blackness of cassis and pepper linger for a long time.

Aqaysos is an exciting, atypical dark, yet cool and fresh scent for the summer, which creates a harmonious picture from atypical components. He looks completely modern to me, I place him completely in the here and now. He goes his own way for a fragrance that fits perfectly into the hot season and will play a special role in my summer fragrances in the coming season with its cool and edgy facets
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