Xülasə: Portağal çiçəyi esensiyası ətrafında mərkəzi A Unisex hesperidic ətir (acı portağal ağacı çiçəyi) və digər sitrus qeydlər.
Pros: Bir limon zing ilə Fresh, həm də ən çox sitrus və ya sadə portağal çiçəyi esensiyası aromalar artıq ona isti və dərin kenar edib.
Eksiler: Priced a little high considering the simplicity of the composition and the lack of longevity and sillage.
Qeydlər: “Portağal çiçəyi esensiyası, bergamot, petitgrain, limon, qreypfrut, səndəl, ambergris.” CreedBoutique
Xatırladır: Whereas other neroli-focused fragrances are either sweet and heady, or straightforward neroli blossom, Neroli Sauvage is a well-blended eau de parfum with the typical Creed Millesime base accord. Kimi, there’s really nothing else that compares to this aroma; leans more towards Acqua di Parma than say L’Occitane’s or Prada’s orange blossom fragrances.
Designer-nin təsviri: "A symphony of tangy citrus notes including Orange Flower (Portağal çiçəyi esensiyası), Berqamot, Petitgrain, Lemon and Grapefruit married to the earthiness of Sandalwood and Ambergris. Fresh and zesty, yet remarkably enduring." CreedBoutique
Dəfə sayı test: Bütün bədənində çoxsaylı wearings.
Spreyi sayı bu baxılması üçün müraciət: Əl arxa biri.
Ətir Strength: Millesime (EDP)
Inkişaf: (Xətti / Orta / Mürəkkəb): The neroli is present at the opening but soon gives way to the zesty grapefruit and petitgrain. Iz dries kimi, the sandalwood and ambergris make a faint appearance and that’s the whole story, folks. Pretty straightforward, but definitely changes during the wearing.
Uzunömürlülük: (Qısa / Orta / Uzunmüddətli): With Creed, longevity varies wildly. Qubarlı, Neroli Sauvage is gone in about 2 saat.
Sillage: (Bir az / Orta / A Lot): Haqqında bir saat sonra, no one will smell this but you.
Haradan almaq olar? $240 ABŞ 2.5 oz və $285 ABŞ 4.0 oz sprays, respectively at CreedBoutique
Ambalaj haqqında Qeyd: Typical Creed glass bottle with gold lettering and white paper box.
Bu Aşağı xətt: Creed’s Neroli Sauvage (or wild orange blossom) is an odd little fragrance – truly unique among orange blossom fragrances, and dare I say it, slightly more masculine than most thanks to the preponderance of other citrus fruits and the Creed Millesime basenotes. I first met Neroli Sauvage in Barney’s New York (köhnə downtown mağaza) back in 1997. İlk iyləmək, NS felt retro vintage, as if I had stepped into the men’s lounge at a British polo club back in the 1960’s (ok, so I have no idea how the 60’s smelled, but based on other fragrances created in that era, NS shares some similarities).
Being a HUGE fan of anything neroli, I have to admit that NS isn’t as much about neroli as it is about petitgrain, lemon and grapefruit. Faktiki olaraq, after wearing it one morning and shoving my hand under a bunch of friends’ noses, the only thing anyone could come up with was “smells like a dirty lemon rind” or “were you just eating a grapefruit?” For those of us who are obsessed with fragrance, we know that those kinds of comments can actually be compliments considering how difficult it is to find a decent lemon or grapefruit aroma that lasts more than 10 dəqiqə!
Belə, about that “dirty” comment. There indeed is something slightly rich about NS and I chalk it up to the ambergris and sandalwood accord. Hər şeydən sonra, it is called “Neroli Sauvage”, not “Neroli Docile”. Forget for a moment that ambergris is in fact crystallized whale vomit (hard to forget, isn’t it?) and imagine it as a warm, slightly musky, even slightly fecal resin, something akin to a vetiver or patchouli incense, and you’ll have an idea as to the balance of light yet dark, reserved yet pungent, fresh yet earthy that is Neroli Sauvage.
The sad part is that though the ingredients used in the fragrance are undoubtedly of top quality, NS doesn’t really feel like $200. In my imagination, bu sauvage could have been taken a little more literally than an edge of ambergris and the entire fragrance could have gone the way of…say Serge Lutens and Christopher Sheldrake’s Fleurs d’Oranger, but I’ll admit that I much prefer Neroli Sauvage with its Sean Connery as James Bond old world charm.
I suppose if one is looking for a grapefruit and lemon fragrance that also has a prominent though fleeting note of neroli, then NS is your go to scent. Maraqlı, Creed’s other big citrus scent, Zeste Mandarin Pamplemousse is also not quite what its name might imply. In fact I think that the two are quite close, but NS feels more like a zesty mandarin and grapefruit than it does a neroli scent. And ZMP smells more like a 1940’s men’s aftershave than a zesty citrus scent. No matter, since I’ve never come across anything that quite resembles NS I’m happy to have it in my collection, even if I have to spray myself about 10 times and repeat the application throughout the day to truly enjoy it.
What’s your favorite neroli aroma?