A thick, full rose perfume
The first thought that comes to my mind is "marmalade", the thick raspberry kind that clings to the spoon. Andy Tauer's "Une Rose Vermeille" has that same quality. The reason here is probably the 20% perfume concentration that makes this perfume immense and noticeable. There is nothing fluffy about it. Soft, fluffy, cloud-like is usually the type the perfume which I prefer. Now here, as I have the rollerball version, I just dab it on - behind the ears like perfume extrait used to be applied - and the scent can make a nice wake (sillage) nonetheless. The scent opens strong, leads over to a warm and full middle notes region, and dries down to something clean, probably citrus. I am surprised that citrus is at the end, but have no complaints.
CARON also has a few of these thick perfumes and is a point of reference to me.
Wear it daily if you go a quiet path ... it is NOT for jogging or exercise class.
Wear it proudly to a concert or a gala.
The bottle is non-descript and not worthy of such a nice and glamorous perfume. In another presentation - like housed in an ornate bottle and presented with a luscious advertising campaign, this could be a great seller. Now here we just have to rely on the workmanship of Andy Tauer who really knows how to put a scent together.
Only word of mouth can close the gap for this undiscovered gem.
The price is very reasonable for a niche product. Will I buy it? No need right now as the roller ball bottle is filled with a long lasting and sparingly applied product.
The best Rose of the Tauer Rose World.