Signature Rosé 2021

Signature Rosé by Zaharoff
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Signature Rosé is a new and limited perfume by Zaharoff for women and men and was released in 2021. The scent is floral-smoky. Projection and longevity are above-average. It is still available to purchase. Limited Edition
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Claude Dir, Mane

Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesTurkish roseTurkish rose Bulgarian rose ottoBulgarian rose otto
Heart Notes Heart NotesIndian amberIndian amber French jasmineFrench jasmine Chinese peonyChinese peony Bulgarian roseBulgarian rose
Base Notes Base NotesAustralian sandalwoodAustralian sandalwood Bourbon vanillaBourbon vanilla Sugar caneSugar cane Chinese oudChinese oud Ethiopian myrrhEthiopian myrrh Ethiopian frankincenseEthiopian frankincense

Ratings

Scent

9.314 Ratings

Longevity

8.812 Ratings

Sillage

8.212 Ratings

Bottle

9.016 Ratings

Value for money

8.212 Ratings
Submitted by Lny87, last update on 23.07.2022.
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2 in-depth fragrance descriptions
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Pricing
10
Bottle
7
Sillage
8
Longevity
10
Scent
ScentGrail

44 Reviews
ScentGrail
ScentGrail
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The best rose fragrance on the market
As someone who has never been a big fan of rose-based fragrances which often came soapy, too feminine for my taste, or bland, the expectations of getting Zaharoff Signature Rose were mixed.

I’m pleased to report that with this release, my view on rose forward perfumes has shifted 360 degrees. With utter doubt about whether would I like it, I waited for the fragrance to arrive.

TOP NOTES
Signature Rose opens up a photorealistic combination of Turkish and Bulgarian rose, and it blows me away each time I wear it. I just cannot believe how well blended this fragrance is.

The rich rose combination smells not only of rose flowers, but you can clearly smell the whole plant. The citric undertones uplift the fragrance and give it a full-bodied experience.

HEART NOTES
After the initial opening which lasts around fifteen or so minutes, we are welcomed to the bouquet of jasmine and peony flowers along with that powerful rose that keeps on going and tingling your olfactive senses.

Don’t be afraid if you are not used to florals. All of these notes and accords are expertly combined and the underlying sugar cane sweetness from base notes probably comes from a combination of saffron and ambroxan not mentioned in the official note listing.

BASE NOTES
When the fragrance dries down, it becomes obvious that this is a child and a flanker of the original Signature Pour Homme.

It is not that hard to notice the ambery, incense base we loved in that first release. The frankincense gives hints of smoke, amber rounds it up with a touch of vanillic powderiness, and sandalwood amps up the flowery creaminess.

*Check out my Parfumo profile to find out how can you read full reviews on my website.*
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Bottle
8
Sillage
8
Longevity
8
Scent
Landshark321

310 Reviews
Landshark321
Landshark321
   4  
Beautifully blended, robust, rose/rosé resinous fragrance
This is my first try of the most recent release from Zaharoff, Signature Rosé (and pardon me if I leave off the accent subsequently), the fourth incarnation of the Zaharoff Signature DNA, with the original as the base and inspiration, and, as its name suggests, pivoting toward a rose-intense experience that’s also evocative of the rosé beverage.

It’s pretty remarkable from the onset, and I rather quickly get several intersecting types of rose fragrances that I’ve experienced before—the jammy/syrupy rose, the incense/resinous rose, the fresh rose—and robust inclusion of aldehydes that creates some effervescence ala a sparkling rosé wine. It’s very well-blended in that the rose aspects do not come off sharp, and no particular characterization (jammy, fresh, resinous) seems to stand out too much.

Also, it’s clearly dense but does not feel overpowering, great performance with being too overloaded in any particular aspect. It feels like the result of a long, patiently-approached process of blending several roses. Beyond the roses (Turkish and Bulgarian), there are resins (amber, myrrh, oud, olibanum), mostly, along with sugarcane, vanilla, and sandalwood. In this respect, it feels like a pretty straightforward note breakdown but the execution is simply excellent, not surprising in that in comes from Zaharoff, but still a bit remarkable in that few rose fragrances seem this balanced. The rose notes themselves aren’t overwhelming (even with rose being the dominant aspect of the rose) that it’s so bluntly a rose fragrance; even the typically rose-averse may greatly enjoy this due the resins and effective blending of the roses with the resins.

Again, it performs very well, and is priced in a similar range to the rest of the collection, at $145 for 60ml via the Zaharoff website.

Overall, it’s really a superb fragrance, period, and is a wonderful rose offering that generously provides a blended rose (and rosé aspect) for those of us that really enjoy rose.

I’d certainly recommend that everyone check this out!

8 out of 10
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