Cuirs Nomades - Irish Leather 2013 Eau de Parfum

Cuirs Nomades - Irish Leather (Eau de Parfum) by Memo Paris
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Cuirs Nomades - Irish Leather (Eau de Parfum) is a popular perfume by Memo Paris for women and men and was released in 2013. The scent is leathery-spicy. The longevity is above-average. It is still available to purchase.
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Fragrance Notes

Pink pepperPink pepper
Clary sageClary sage
Juniper berryJuniper berry
Maté absoluteMaté absolute
Sweet vernal grassSweet vernal grass
Orris concreteOrris concrete
Tonka bean absoluteTonka bean absolute
LeatherLeather
BirchBirch
AmberAmber

Ratings

Scent

8.0311 Ratings

Longevity

8.1251 Ratings

Sillage

7.4256 Ratings

Bottle

8.6254 Ratings

Value for money

6.836 Ratings
Submitted by WRoth, last update on 13.10.2021.
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8.5
Scent
7
Longevity
8
Sillage
8
Bottle
TristanKalus
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TristanKalus
TristanKalus
Very helpful Review    9  
Morning walk
The wind still tugged at the shutters and made the window frames and woodwork creak gently. After it had rained a lot and heavily during the night, the rain had now subsided. Although it was still very early in the morning, the pattering rain and the music of the wood had roused him from his sleep and he could not think of sleeping any longer. So he kicked aside the heavy down comforter and put his feet up on the cool floorboards. On the way to the bathroom, the creaking of the floorboards joined that of the shutters. After a quick morning wash, he slipped into his pants, sweater, boots, and leather jacket, walked down the equally creaky wooden stairs to the ground floor, and exited the house through the heavy front door.

The last fine drops of rain were still falling on his shoulders as he left the property on which the chalet was situated towards the adjacent woods. The morning air was still wonderfully cool, fresh and clear from the night's rain. Small puddles had formed on the dirt track leading to the woods, which he tried to avoid, wetting his trousers and boots with rainwater in the tall and still damp grass. The farmers of the adjacent fields had still been mowing the grass in their meadows during yesterday's afternoon hours, leaving a wonderful smell of fresh, lush cut grass hanging in the air. After a few minutes he reached the edge of the forest. From the leaves of the white birch trees scattered drops fell on his green leather jacket and ran down until they finally dripped from the hem of the jacket to the ground. The first birds greeted the new day with joyful chirping and the sun carefully felt its way through the leaves of the birch grove with its first rays. Between the white trunks, sharp-leaved juniper bushes and the long umbels of the clary sage could be seen again and again. Especially the small dark juniper berries gave off such an intense aroma that he could detect it even a few meters away. Due to his body heat and the first rays of the sun, the outer material of his jacket warmed slightly and a soft leather smell rose to his nose. Passing various herbs, grasses and plants, he continued his morning walk through the pure washed forest, enjoying the beauty of nature presented to him.

Fin.
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8
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8
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8
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9
Bottle
MrLawman

38 Reviews
MrLawman
MrLawman
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Green Leather
Up until now, this must be the greenest leather I have smelled.

The opening doesnt have a citrus pop, like 90% over today's fragrance market (not meant in a complainatory way). Instead it offers the user an image of a green, Irish country side.

To give u a point of reference: we are entering Creed GIT territory. Where GIT goes fresh and clean with its beautiful lemon verbena and violot, Irish Leather enters a dark wood: leathery, spicy darkness. The mate note fits perfectly in its composition. Its tempers the rough edges of the leather and the spice. We end up with a bold yet wereable fragrance.

Its more grown up. Its more serious. It is like an Irish gentlemen?
9
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8
Longevity
7
Sillage
8
Bottle
Mantus
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Mantus
Helpful Review    6  
The exciting charisma
The first thing you can perceive is a very strong, refreshingly intense, sweetish-berry note, which is enveloped by a clear, citric-sour nuance and exudes something extremely invigorating, and I suspected the use of not yet fully ripe red currants instead of juniper berries.

At the same time, the juniper berry is wrapped in a light, almost fragile, discreetly sweet jasmine-scented nuance, which gives the fragrance a beautiful sparkling transparency and is due to the pink pepper.

A little bit later, the subtle hint, which appears shortly after the start, has been built up and united with the juniper berry and the pink pepper in very creeping strokes to a very clear and deep shining, softly smooth black leather, that in the same breath a fascinating hint of latex exudes and one notices quite unconsciously:
The closer you get to the sprayed one, a fresh spicy, discreetly animalistically exciting, angular aura is revealed and I attribute this to the clary sage.

The leather is accompanied by a very light note of fresh tree bark, which brings an almost cool appearing powdery creamy rooty nuance and in my opinion ensures that the fragrance has a wonderful moving dynamic and comes from the birch in combination with the iris - concrete -

And all of this is surrounded by an airy, ethereal, smoky, softly aromatic aspect that arouses my interest in the smell of black tea. I actually thought that black tea was used and according to the fragrance profile, my perception can certainly be derived from mate absolute.

In the last 3 hours, a very fine, delicately creamy, clear hint of almond oil and a deep, cuddly, balsamic, ambery touch provides a wonderfully pure finish and I also thought almond oil in combination with amber instead of tonka bean absolute was possible.

Unfortunately, I could not perceive the scent profile of the ryegrass, which reminds me of hay and woodruff, and clary sage, but I can well imagine that these two scent components were used to complete the scent composition.

In total the fragrance lasts 8 hours on my skin.

The Sillage is designed from the beginning to be 3.5 hours on a clearly perceptible whole arm length, before it is minimized in quiet steps until the fragrance is finished.

I would like to express my sincere thanks to our perfume "Verbaplex" for the bottling.
7
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7
Longevity
7
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8
Bottle
Chizza
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Chizza
Top Review    13  
Green are all my clothes
With Memo Paris I took my time, I was too sceptical when reading various scents and the components they contain. Many things seemed wild and half-baked to me at first. But as it is so, one does not want to judge too quickly, secondly one also wants to test to be allowed to form an opinion. I also find the flacons very wonderful. That's why it was time to test some of Memo's fragrances and to get involved. The beginning was reserved for Irish Leather.
No sooner sprayed, than I realized a fragrance twin, namely Ambergris Showers by Rasasi. I rated him 7.0 back then, which means solid to good for me. So now I was curious what the comparison with the presumed role model would bring me.
Well, one thing became clear quite quickly: Irish Leather is - if I may say so - obviously of a higher quality, because the scent not only seems smokier but also more detailed due to the composition which in my eyes is more natural and complex. In addition, the pepper at the beginning makes it look slightly sharper, which is good for the fragrance, as will become apparent in the perfume's later equanimity. In direct comparison, Ambergris Showers is too fuzzy and a bit too sweet. In fact, this is also the reason why the latter couldn't convince me in the long run.
In fact, leather and amber dominate here too. Now amber, or what I call the amber family of fragrances, can appear very versatile and diametrically opposed. Similar to Rasasi, this one is very shower gel like and green, for me the juniper berry is responsible for this impact. The smoky accompanying part probably comes from the birch.
A further content, which I do not perceive directly but which can unfold an effect or can channel scents, strikes me, namely mate.
Mate dims due to the tart note of overflowing scents and this is really bitterly necessary here. The juniper berry is very intense and as for the amber, it is also possessive. Actually Mate is not enough, the green touch is too intense, which can polarize. Apart from that: The birch underlines the leather and the smoky element somewhere, gives here the last splash of colour and I think without the birch the leather would not have been enough. You can see the difference with Rasasi, which takes the leather back even more at this point and "loses" it here. The smokiness saves the fragrance for me from slipping into insignificance and even into the more disturbing element. To this green showering note contributes quite certainly also the smell grass, which should smell like woodruff. That could have been too much of a good thing here - as far as I'm concerned.
What can I say? It's not my scent because I'm tired of that green leather touch. But if you like exactly that, you should test here or with Rasasi. The initial differences disappear in the main at some point, although I actually like the memo better. Being aware of this, I can't leave the Rasasi at the same score and I devaluate it by 0.5 parallel to this comment.
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8.5
Scent
9
Longevity
7
Sillage
9
Bottle
Valdar
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Valdar
Top Review    15  
The special all-rounder
"Hey kid... hit this stuff here... this is real solid stuff, wild leather... chuck Norris' undershirt smells like a powdered baby's bottom," the salesman said.
Well, perhaps he did not say it exactly in that way, but the spirit of it went in that direction. So I sprayed the story on myself and found it breathtakingly beautiful, but contrary to my expectations not at all leathery, wild and "tough guys"-like.
The opening is extremely fresh and very green due to the juniper (which, by the way, I can only tolerate as a note in this perfume). In fact, the scent creates the image of a meadow wet with morning dew at sunrise, where a few horses trot around leisurely and eat grass. I've never been to Ireland, but in Iceland I often came across such scenes and it actually smelled similar, unless memory serves me wrong.
Later on, the perfume loses this natural morning freshness and gets a tea-like, very soft, almost cosy feeling due to the mate dominating the course of the fragrance.

In the end, the overall composition is incredibly coherent, the sillage not too obtrusive, but extremely stable and long-lasting. This makes it the perfect all-rounder for me, which I can wear at any time of the year, day or night and for any occasion. It's not a great corner, feels quite comfortable and yet wears something extraordinary that stands out from most mainstreamers.
Even if it is not what I expected, I simply had to have this perfume. Since then it accompanies me pleasantly on days when I don't know what I want to wear and reminds me of my holidays in Iceland
(If Memo puts out another "Icelandic Leather" now, I'll go crazy)
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6.5
Scent
7
Longevity
7
Sillage
6
Bottle
Leko
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Leko
Helpful Review    4  
The fresh and green-fruity leather is well seasoned
"The egg-laying wool-milk perfume," as commentator Frankincense described it, sums it up. In short, Irish Leather is a complex fragrance that covers a lot. If there are also focal points in the seasons, I would recommend the fragrance for the whole year, with a slight tendency towards the quieter seasons. However, since a beautiful, tart freshness resonates, a summer suitability would be given.

I would add floral in the diagram, besides rich greenish-fruity, which would be another argument for spring and summer. I find the spiciness of this leather scent to be above average, which gives it a pizzazz.

Due to the green and floral note, I would also assume a slight sweetness, but by far not as much as with Godolphin, La Y. and TL. Anyway, Irish Leather is much more spicy, which makes the scent not so heavy. Instead of heaviness, however, complexity. A unisex suitability is clearly given.
Compared to Cuir Intense by Guerlain, Irish Leather is a much greener and fruitier candidate, but leather comes through better and more clearly with Cuir
I like the Irish Leather scent, but leather is almost a minor matter due to the spice, green and fruit Nevertheless a really nice leather interpretation.
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10
Bottle
Weihrauch
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Weihrauch
Top Review    26  
The egg legend wool milk perfume
Dear Fragrance Community, Dear Mrs. Massenet, Dear Company Memo,

for more than 16 months now I am more than intensively on my fragrance journey. Since I lack the money and the space for almost 50-100 flacons (I am also a very impatient person), I switched my limit to 10 flacons!
Difficult? Definitely!
If you also have a very "broad" scented taste, it gets hairy. Difficult? Definitely!
If you don't know exactly on which specific fragrances you want to focus, it becomes dangerous. Difficult? You say it, definitely!
If you also want to have fragrances that are also worth their money in terms of performance...oh, let's leave that...

Memo Paris is a niche perfume house from...mhhh...Paris, which focuses on olfactory journeys and the memories (French mémoire) associated with them. I think the associated marketing with old suitcases is ingenious!

The leather scents from the Cuir Nomades series did not let me go already at the beginning of my fragrance journey. The idea of combining leather facets with impressions and themes from different countries is a great one.

But why now Irish Leather?

Have I ever been to Ireland? No.
Am I allergic to horses? Yes.
Does the fragrance show the (for me) most beautiful top note? Yes.
Does the fragrance simply combine everything I expect from a faithful all-rounder? Yes! Namely, to be fresh and green but at the same time spicy and striking through the leather.
Does the fragrance remain true to its style until the end, without drifting into the soggy, heavy, sweet or even boring woody? Yes, definitely!
Does the fragrance also provide a pleasant sillage and durability without causing headaches? You notice yourself or?
I would like to mention one fragrance in particular here again, namely juniper! This one is as fresh and spicy as only Erik Kormann did in "Abrakabarber", great!

As you can see I am full of euphoria for the Irish leather, even though I have already "digested" 15ml of filling in the last months.

Also the other fragrances from this series I will look at in the future very carefully, who knows...maybe 6 flacons are enough for me? ;)

Thanks for reading!

Your Moritz!

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ColinM

516 Reviews
ColinM
ColinM
Helpful Review    4  
**** leather
Irish Leather opens with a bitter, minty green-citrus accord of lime, juniper berries, something peppery and something fruity on the base (bitter-fruity, like berries), and as for Italian Leather, a depressing, microscopic "leather" accord built on a mediocre smell of synthetic burnt rubber. Here (luckily, perhaps) this "leather" note is however oppressed by the head pepper-juniper-citral accord, which lasts for hours. If you're into leather scents, compare this to any - even the worst - vintage leather scent and laugh hard ("laugh for not cry"). Outrageous price tag.

4/10
5
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5
Longevity
2.5
Sillage
ScentedSalon

96 Reviews
ScentedSalon
ScentedSalon
Helpful Review    2  
Tweed Leather
Green grass, fresh cucumber, birch. A soapy leather similar to Grand Cuir. Well blended and soft. Sillage and lasting power are minimal. The bottle is appropriate for a leather touched by Ireland: fresh and green tweed suit with old oiled leather boots.

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KimJongKimJong 1 year ago
10
Scent
9
Longevity
7
Sillage
8
Bottle
A really unique leather scent. The smokey side and the green side are in great balance with each other. It smells like a runaway prince.

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