L'Insomnuit (2016)

L'Insomnuit by Robert Piguet
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L'Insomnuit is a popular perfume by Robert Piguet for women and men and was released in 2016. The scent is sweet-woody. The longevity is above-average. It is still in production.

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Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesPlum, Bergamot, Fir balsam
Heart Notes Heart NotesOrris absolute, Iris concrete, Oud
Base Notes Base NotesCedarwood, Cypriol, Tonka bean absolute, Sandalwood



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Very helpful Review    9
The Devotional Pulsating Iris
First of all, one can perceive an intense and powerful sweetish fruity note that evokes in me the image of a wonderful, freshly harvested dark purple plum.

At the same time, the plum is accompanied by a fine citric nuance, which also brings with it very delicate herbaceous features and in my opinion ensures that the plum does not appear sweet - sticky, but pleasantly brightly sweet and is due to the bergamot.

These two notes are accompanied by a light, but penetrating fresh, delicately ethereal wooden nuance, which sets a wonderful soft accent and comes from the fir balsam
The hunch, which is already perceivable subliminally at the beginning, unfolded completely a little bit later.

A very intensely dense, creamy, very fine, lovely, powdery note can now be perceived, which hides tender, flowery nuances in the background and almost drives my heart into a heart attack and makes me feel completely happy!

"Didd is' aber noch nicht' allet - This is really the crown uffjesetzt here!" :-)

The Iris - Absolue is supported by another Iris note, which seems a little more buttery, has a little more intense creamy and quite decent earthy roots and comes from the Iris - Concrete.

In the background and only in my case floating briefly in front of the skin, a very fine, from the inside warming, sweet woody, very soft resinous nuance provides a wonderful mystical depth, which gives the scent something devoted and pulsating and is due to the oud.

In the last 4 hours a smooth, creamy, very discreetly powdery, vanilla-like, softly spicy almond cream can be perceived, which thanks to the cedar wood receives a fine soft wooden background and ensures a wonderful finish.

Cypriol and sandalwood I couldn't see, but I can imagine very well that these fragrances were used for complementation.

In total, the fragrance lasts 9.5 hours on my skin.

The Sillage is conceived in the first hour in such a way that one is perceived very clearly to the 1.5 meters and then oscillates 2.5 hours on a very clearly perceptible whole arm length, before it minimizes itself in quiet steps up to the conclusion of the smell
I would like to express my sincere thanks to our perfume "ParfumAholic" for the bottling.
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