Oha by Téo Cabanel
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Oha is a perfume by Téo Cabanel for women and was released in 2005. The scent is floral-woody. It is still available to purchase.
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Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesCalabrian bergamotCalabrian bergamot
CorianderCoriander
TeaTea
Heart Notes Heart NotesBulgarian roseBulgarian rose
Egyptian jasmineEgyptian jasmine
Guatemala cardamomGuatemala cardamom
Moroccan roseMoroccan rose
Base Notes Base NotesOakmossOakmoss
IrisIris
Tonka beanTonka bean
VanillaVanilla
PatchouliPatchouli
White muskWhite musk

Ratings

Scent

7.265 Ratings

Longevity

7.349 Ratings

Sillage

6.443 Ratings

Bottle

7.943 Ratings
Submitted by DeGe53, last update on 09.11.2021.
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ColinM

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Nostalgic gem
What a nice surprise. Oha opens with an extremely realistic, deep and invigorating sort of “bright floral chypre” appearance: juicy rose and bergamot notes on top, a really compelling and kind of old-styled herbal-woody accord, resins, a tremendously enjoyable iris note. Then patchouli, a mint breeze (geranium, maybe) and other flowers providing a really nice, and again, pleasantly “vintage” feel, that classic “bouquet of wet flowers” vibe. A really effortless composition which manages to appear as a modern, light and lively floral scent with a decided classic vibe. And above all, smelling terribly good – by this, I mean deep, radiant, realistic but also “polished” enough to smell perfectly crisp and sophisticated, with a hint of musky sexiness. Several classic feminine scents come to mind within the first minutes, mostly from the late 1980’s-mid 1990s, from Vendetta by Valentino to L’arte by Gucci; more as inspirations than actual similarities. I mean that Oha seems referring to them, but with a contemporary, “brighter” approach, and a couple of modern features – that “tea” note for instance, which if I identified it correctly, smells more like a generic (yet completely pleasant) touch of fruit. The evolution is equally nice, and it shows both the quality of the notes and the skillful composition: as minutes pass Oha slowly becomes fruitier and more resinous, that “tea” note emerges more clearly, a whiff of patchouli-licorice appears. Kind of “Lutensian” at this stage – flowers, resins and fruits. And basically so is the drydown, which sadly is a bit short. Know what? I’m impressed. Understated, maybe uncreative and maybe a bit too short-lived, but a really nice little gem with solid materials and an utterly enjoyable evolution exploring several nuances of flowers, resins and herbs.

7,5-8/10

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