Une Nuit à Doha 2014

Une Nuit à Doha by Stéphane Humbert Lucas
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Une Nuit à Doha is a popular perfume by Stéphane Humbert Lucas for women and men and was released in 2014. The scent is spicy-sweet. The longevity is above-average. It is still available to purchase. Pronunciation
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Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesStar aniseStar anise
Candied mandarin orangeCandied mandarin orange
GingerGinger
Heart Notes Heart NotesCorsican immortelleCorsican immortelle
Haitian vetiverHaitian vetiver
Base Notes Base NotesTobaccoTobacco
VanillaVanilla

Ratings

Scent

7.7122 Ratings

Longevity

8.1105 Ratings

Sillage

7.2109 Ratings

Bottle

8.9112 Ratings

Value for money

6.618 Ratings
Submitted by Labormaus, last update on 17.12.2021.
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8
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8
Longevity
7
Sillage
8
Bottle
6
Pricing
Vrabec
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Vrabec
Very helpful Review    17  
Tumbleweed in the Orient
I will probably never go to Qatar, let alone Doha. I associate, similar to Dubai, too much decadence with these cities.
Therefore, I will never know what it smells like there, but turbulent does not smell that way.

Dry fennel is the leading top note, very dry but mild and subduing. Especially in the start of the fragrance, it creates in me an idea of an opened tea tin, which leaves a similar olfactory impression. The strawflower reinforces this impression, almost dusty it comes along, creating a straw-like and not least combined with the barely perceptible ginger a hint of Far Eastern curry. Do not get me wrong, really oriental smells the not,
but a next mood in the Orient he creates quite. Only not in a metropolis, but far away from the cities, where dry steppe grasses sway in the wind, where cool air blows away the memory of the sand warmed by the scorching heat.
Somewhere that night a Normade sits at his camp, preparing tea and his sweet nibble.
And that brings us to the second act of the fragrance, where the vanilla and tobacco come to the fore. Present they were already the entire course, but after about 30 - 60 min they take over.
The second act is heralded via the vetiver, which here almost takes a gourmand direction and thus represents a grandiose transition between the dry, straw roof and the sweet, vanilligen substructure of the fragrance.
Where sweet is not the right term, much more toasty aromas play a role, the vanilla here has a distinctly scorched, smoky character, as if one were to scorch at a vanilla bean, like a failed attempt at caramelization.
These "scorched gourmand's" always represent for me an intressante fragrance direction, which I also like to smell on women, especially if they, as here, not showered with an overdose of sweetness. This is just personal preference though, the scent is definitely unisex. I see him especially in the spring, or not on too warm days.
The sillage keeps here in a rather Western dose, the fragrance is perceptible, but never overwhelming. Warscheinlich würd he in a city like Doha mercilessly sink.

The really nice thing about this fragrance is that none of the fragrance components so dominates that all would not be perceptible every now and then.
I keep this one in my mind.

Thank you for reading my comment
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Emorandeira

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Emorandeira
Emorandeira
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Great inmortalle scent
I could to get a bottle of this perfume at a good price through a perfume sales website and I noticed a very big difference between the opening and the drying, which in itself is positive since it indicates that it is a perfume that evolves a lot.
I love the exit, it is sweet but without being cloying. As oscarsh86 say the dried touch of inmortwlle is very noticeable, but sweetened with a fruity touch. I find it a very original scent and it is unlike anything I have ever smelled before.
The drying, however, although I like it, reminds me too much of a perfume that I already have in my collection: arabie by serge lutebs. And it is that although most of the notes do not coincide, they have a very very similar drying.
The performance is moderate. Lasts long but projects very moderately. I see it more for daily use on not very hot days and it seems totally unisex to me.

Scent: 8
Longevity: 8
Projection: 6
Quality / price: 5
Versatility: 7
Originality: 7
Global: 8
8
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8
Longevity
7
Sillage
9
Bottle
Serenissima
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Serenissima
Top Review    14  
under the stars
After Doha my fragrance journey led me today already once.
But instead of giving myself over to the powerful whirlpools of an opulent, already slightly decadent fragrance giant like "Qatar" by Roja, with "Une Nuit à Doha" I now experience a tender summer night under a southern starry sky!
A gentle seduction from which a special glow emanates.

"Une Nuit à Doha" alienates at first: the strawflower is immediately present on my skin; it dominates until dawn. Only then does she sneak away quietly.
The scent of fennel always gives me a feeling of well-being; perhaps because its aroma was a helpful companion for me during the long years with stomach problems.
The scent memory is just very faithful.
Here fennel stands behind the Immortelle, but is an amazingly good companion for mandarin and spicy ginger.
It feels like the spiciness of ginger and the very distinctive aroma of fennel would spin a protective web that night.
This course harmonizes extremely well with the tobacco; a somewhat dry aromatic spice that covers the entire fragrance landscape.
Vetiver paves the way for warming, slightly eroticizing vanilla, which makes you dream here rather than seduce you.

This night of Doha is a surprising discovery under a wide fragrant starry sky.
An Arabian night near the city that allows intimacy and tenderness.

"Une Nuit à Doha" is certainly not one of the greatest compositions of this 777 fragrance series by Stéphane Humbert Lucas.
But I can't deny her a certain charm. Perhaps also because this fragrance being, at first somewhat colourless but then graceful, can be a pleasant antithesis to stimulating and exciting fragrances, which not only get under the skin, but also exhaust me and leave me exhausted So I decide to spend this night in Doha, although a bit more relaxed than I thought, and try to recognize the constellations of the south like this.
I'll stay true to the Orient!
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Statements

Blako11Blako11 8 months ago
No te esperas el aroma aunque veas sus acordes/notas. Muy peculiar y para mi adictivo. Percibo regaliz aunque no la declara.
EmorandeiraEmorandeira 1 year ago
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8
Longevity
6
Sillage
10
Bottle
Very good inmortelle scent with a tobacco & vanilla dry down. It is sweet but powdery and dry at the same time. Good for everyday use.
HermeshHermesh 6 years ago
9
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10
Longevity
7.5
Sillage
10
Bottle
Immortelle is soft and only subtly herbaceous, the vanilla sweetness is accompanied by mild spicy (some anise-like) and balsamic notes. Fine!

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