Texas by United Scents of America
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5.6 / 105 Ratings
Texas is a perfume by United Scents of America for women and men and was released in 2012. The scent is fresh-woody. The production was apparently discontinued.
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Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesBlood orangeBlood orange
Heart Notes Heart NotesCedarCedar
Base Notes Base NotesAmberAmber
White muskWhite musk
Cedar leafCedar leaf

Ratings

Scent

5.65 Ratings

Longevity

6.73 Ratings

Sillage

4.64 Ratings

Bottle

5.86 Ratings
Submitted by Kankuro, last update on 14.02.2017.
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5
Scent
7.5
Longevity
2.5
Sillage
Silverfire

130 Reviews
Silverfire
Silverfire
Helpful Review    3  
Does Lemon Remind You of Texas?
This begins as a strong lemon aromatic, with a touch of sugar, and a barely discernible floral undertone. After an hour or so, the cedar emerges, dominating but not eliminating the lemon. It's woodsy and a little sawdust-y. The silage goes down from about two feet to a few inches within two hours. By 8 hours, it’s gone, and it remains linear from the cedar stage to the end.

Texas is more earthen than Versache Pour Homme, however, it still doesn't fit its namesake. My impressions of Texas are cattle, wide-open places, guns, stars, dust, cowboys, oil, attractive women, country-western music, and metal (I could fill paragraphs with the number of heavy bands from the state). A lemon aromatic, even one spiced with cedar, doesn't capture any of that.

Texas is fine for what it is, but doesn't particularly interest me.
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Scent
Digindirt

47 Reviews
Digindirt
Digindirt
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Cool like that!
I smell no grapefruit nor citrus.

I have no associations with Texas with the exception of the lovely swap partner who sent me a sample to test in my quest for cedar. I added to my wish list immediately and got it when it was marked down to $29.99 recently for a 1.7 oz bottle.

Fresh wood and juicy sweet orange is what I smell. Brisk and clean, perfect for a warm spring day or mid-summer's heat. Very aromatic with a sweet/tart vibe going on comparable to the popular lollipops. There is a perfect blend of each without the sharpness of citrus and without the sugary syrup of the sweeter fragrances.

This would be an excellent choice for a college student, a busy housewife, or a savvy business person to wear.

Texas is positively unisex, very affordable, and it is young, hip, and "cool like that"
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