Lôjazz 2013

Lôjazz by Santi Burgas
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Lôjazz is a perfume by Santi Burgas for women and men and was released in 2013. The scent is floral-sweet. The production was apparently discontinued.
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Perfumer

Blanca Dalmau

Fragrance Notes

Jasmine sambacJasmine sambac
MagnoliaMagnolia
Orange blossomOrange blossom
VioletViolet

Ratings

Scent

5.729 Ratings

Longevity

8.020 Ratings

Sillage

7.121 Ratings

Bottle

7.524 Ratings
Submitted by Franfan20, last update on 08.01.2020.
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7
Scent
5
Longevity
7.5
Sillage
2.5
Bottle
Drseid

797 Reviews
Drseid
Drseid
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This Jazz Sounds Good But Lacks Heart And Soul...
Lojazz opens with a banana-like tuberose and relatively sanitized jasmine floral duo. As the composition moves to its early heart the tuberose and jasmine florals remain as co-stars, adding lemon tinged magnolia and green violet additional floral support with a slightly sweet orange flower undertone. During the late dry-down the tuberose, violet and magnolia vacate, leaving remnants of the jasmine to pair with traces of the supporting slightly sweet orange flower through the finish. Projection is very good and longevity average at 7-8 hours on skin.

After being relatively disappointed with most of the Santi Burgess samples I really had low expectations for Lojazz going in. I am happy to write that while Lojazz is not going to set the world afire with innovation or top quality raw materials, at least this offering from the generally disappointing Santi Burgass house smells good. Jasmine and tuberose very commonly paired in perfume, and Santi Burgass wisely goes with the tried and true for Lojazz. Even though the composition is supposed to presumably feature the jasmine with a name like "Lojazz," it is actually the tuberose that is more prominent to my nose through the mid-section. Joining the starring pair is key violet support. Most of the time violet comes off as powdery, but in this case the perfumer chose to feature its less oft used green facet, with the choice working here. The biggest letdown is the late dry-down as it primarily features the jasmine, but the ingredient is so sanitized there really is not a lot of character once the character adding tuberose is gone. At the end of the day, Lojazz is a pleasant composition that I certainly enjoyed wearing but as with the rest of the Santi Burgass offerings it just is not interesting enough to keep my attention long-term over other offerings in its crowded genre. The bottom line is the 89 Euro per 50ml bottle Lojazz is probably the best offering in the sub-par Loant Collection, but while it earns a solid "good" to "very good" 3 to 3.5 star out of 5 rating it just doesn't distinguish itself enough from the pack to keep one's attention long-term warranting a purchase. Minor reservations aside, Lojazz is worth a try at least for jasmine and tuberose lovers in particular.
5
Scent
7.5
Longevity
7.5
Sillage
Cryptic

24 Reviews
Cryptic
Cryptic
Top Review    14  
Ant Music
Are you in the mood for a kooky perfume experience? If so, the Loant Collection might be just the thing to rattle your sabre. This new line consists of seven scents, each of which is meant to represent a different segment of an ant's body: Top notes for the head, heart notes for the thorax and base notes for the abdomen. Each bottle is helpfully labelled with three circles stacked vertically, with the relevant segment darkened. The entire collection is intended to be layered and mixed, even though we are assured that each component is a stand-alone fragrance in its own right.

Lojazz is one of several perfumes in the line that represent the crowned head (see the logo) of the perfume insect. The listed notes include jasmine sambac, magnolia, orange blossom and violet. Why no hesperides? Don't ask me. In any event, I approached this perfume with a certain degree of caution after reading Silverfire's rather frightening review. Just to be on the safe side, I sprayed my knee as opposed to any of the usual spots. I was immediately smacked in the face by a box of mothballs. The opening of Lojazz features indoles abounding; however, they dropped off considerably after the first ten minutes and the more pleasant white floral characteristics emerged. What remained was somewhat reminiscent of Serge Luten's A la Nuit, minus the clove. This is a rather feral jasmine and orange blossom perfume that would kick some serious ass in a catfight. It has very good sillage and longevity, which could be a bummer if you happen to be indole-averse like Silverfire.

Lojazz would probably benefit greatly by being layered with Lomusk or one of the other base notes components of the line. It has an unfinished quality about it that's like someone trailing off in the middle of a interesting sentence. While I would have been happy to layer the bejesus out of these fumes, the nature of a sample pass limits the amount of juice that any one participant can use. Therefore, I may have to invest in a discovery set at some point in order to give this line its proper consideration. My verdict on Lojazz was "not bad," and possibly much better if layered with other components of the line. Mucho thanks to Fran for putting this sample pass together. :)
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Silverfire

130 Reviews
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Helpful Review    6  
Mitsouko For Kids
This smells nice when you sniff the sprayer, but do not -- I repeat DO NOT -- apply it. The instant you do, an amazingly foul concoction floods your senses. Now, what I do I mean by that? This is childhood wronged; in here is the smell of grape Freezy Pops from your youth, but that smell has been split open to reveal the horrible, choking, death of mothballs. There you are, enjoying your grape Freezy Pop, nice and cold from the freezer, little toes on the linoleum, and then someone throws you into Aunt Margaret's closet where decaying and almost fecal smell of mothballs threatens to choke the life out of you. This all transpires in the first ten minutes, so I hold out little hope for LoJazz. It's almost like someone wanted to create Mitsouko for kids, and succeeded, if scarring people's olfactory senses for life was the goal. I survived four hours until I had to remove the scent from my person.
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