MbmbmbmbmbMbmbmbmbmb's Perfume Reviews

Mbmbmbmbmb 5 months ago 1
10
Scent
10
Longevity
10
Sillage
8
Bottle

Tuberose, tuberose and some more tuberose
Cocaïne opens with a slightly mentholated and spicy nuance of tuberose. The spicy opening is short lived. The floral heart note is all about the carnality of tuberose while orchid and lily add a slight indolic touch. At the base, monoï oil adds a very strong solar and tropical touch which renders the image of summer vacation in a beach resort. Vanilla also makes the floralcy heart and the dry down very sweet.

Overall, Cocaïne by Franck Boclet is a sweet and tropical tuberose with superb longevity, 3 to 4 sprays is more than enough to last for 8 hours. Do not spray on light-colored garments as the juice itself is red and will cause staining.

Mbmbmbmbmb 5 months ago 4
9.5
Scent
9
Longevity
9
Sillage
10
Bottle

The best of Nishane
Unutamam, an underrated and less talked about fragrance of Nishane. This opens with a blast of aromatic pine, rosemary and oregano. The spicy floral heart of jasmine and carnation starts to open up at around 2 hour mark but the aromatic component is still present through out the development of the fragrance. The dry down is the most amazing part in which caramel is intertwined with oakmoss against a background of animalic leather. The projection and longevity is exceptional, two sprays is all I needed. My only complaint is that Unutamam only comes in a 30 mL bottle, I’d gladly buy a 100 mL bottle of this.