Aroon Sawat 2019

Aroon Sawat by Strangers
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Aroon Sawat is a new perfume by Strangers for women and men and was released in 2019. The scent is fruity-woody. It is still in production.
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Perfumer

Prin Lomros

Fragrance Notes

Mango, Honey pomelo, Gandaria, Orange blossom, Bergamot, Mandarin orange, Passion fruit, White lily, Tuberose, Gardenia, Frankincense, Myrrh, Rose, Amber, Sandalwood, Orris concrete

Ratings

Scent

7.9 (25 Ratings)

Longevity

7.8 (23 Ratings)

Sillage

7.5 (24 Ratings)

Bottle

7.4 (22 Ratings)
Submitted by Maggy4u, last update on 22.10.2020.
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7
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7
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Jazzbob
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Helpful Review    5  
A tribute to Thailand
I like fresh, citric notes very much, but I usually find especially fruity notes rather difficult. Too often they are too sweet or even too synthetic for me. With Aroon Sawat, however, they are used in a pleasant way. I associate the name with exotic and light facets - and you can get them here.

Unlike Maggy4u, I would classify the fragrance as 'sweet', but not as extreme as it unfortunately happens all too often, but rather as a naturally fruity sweetness. Filtering out single notes without having read them beforehand should hardly be possible, because for me they melt together like in a fruit salad and merge seamlessly into the floral notes. I perceive white blossom and especially orange blossom superficially. One classification I would not make is that of 'fresh'. If you replace the word 'refreshing', then Aroon Sawat doesn't fit the bill at all, as the fragrance as a whole is already on the verge of becoming too pompous. However, this does not happen because of the overall very bright orientation. The only notes that contrast with this are frankincense, myrrh and sandalwood (I don't perceive amber like that). It takes a while before these become really noticeable, but there's always a light incense-stick scent, while the sandalwood only emerges discreetly in the last hours, making Aroon Sawat even a little warmer.

Perspective always plays an important role in aesthetic judgments, so this perfume seems to me like a successful combination of exotic notes; for Prin Lomros, the homage to his homeland is probably just an interpretation of familiar scents. So I see Aroon Sawat as a fragrance that you wear because of the mood and images it creates.
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The Land of Gold
Aroon Sawat, translates as Good Morning in Thai. I've been saving up this scent for a long time. For Prin, it also symbolizes a piece of home. Golden and sweet-sour. Fresh and tangy. With his mango and grapefruit.

It just didn't suit me to the cold temperatures so far. The half-gray springs in Germany.

Today we get 30-39 degrees (celsius). It is almost a bit humid and therefore just the right moment for holiday longing on the skin.

Aroon Sawat starts with a blend of white, exotic flowers, golden mango and the light sourness of pomello and bergamot. It is fresh, juicy and fruity at the same time. Aroon Sawat is not sweet at all, but very real at the golden and slightly green chords of the fruits in the fragrance.

In addition to the portrait and rays of the golden land (Suvannaphumi), from which the fruits and inspiration for the fragrance comes, there is another, spiritual, level.

The smouldering sandalwood of the temples, the myrrh and also the incense represent a skilful counterpart to the golden morning and warm the heart deep under the fruits.

Well-dosed resinity and smoke can be found in the dance with the omnipresent scent of white flowers at the temples. United with the scent and taste of the fruits of the land.

The Golden Land.

Aroon Sawat, dear Prin!

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