Paco Rabanne Olympéa Legend EdP 80 ml
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Presented in an exquisite glass bottle standing tall on a pedestal, it makes for an opulent addition to perfume portfolios. It’s a jammy apricot (without looking at the notes beforehand I was guessing mango) compote, all golden and syrupy, balanced very nicely with the vanilla. Within a short period of time, the rapidly growing enterprise has transformed into a force to be reckoned with in the field of retail in the Middle East. The oriental blend opens with the enticing notes of salty plum and voluptuous apricot, leading to a heart that combines exotic ginger flower and soft floral notes.
Imagine a sour plum and apricot pie with candied ginger and sea salt sprinkled on the top, a glass of fruity wine or a fruity, boozy cocktail on the side and the sweet smell emanating from both these things…, that’s what I would describe if someone asked me what it smelled like. A sweet, well blended plum and vanilla opening note that does not disappear, it still has that cocacola amber note that I am not a fan of, but it is a masterpiece, there's nothing out there like it, it still retains the vanilla-salt accord and the tonka bean makes it so sweet and smooth. The sillage not the greatest one but in the very first hours everybody and I mean everybody will smell you. I don't always get compliments at work, and I got several this day (4 or 5 compliments, from mostly women, one man).I can see this being a very popular fragrance though, it really does smell just like that SDJ fragrance but better, more expensive. com perfumes magazine - All Rights Reserved - do not copy anything without prior written permission. I cannot put my nose onto what exactly it is (I will continue to wear it here and there to try and figure it out because I am curious), but there is some ingredient that is just soooo strong and unpleasant. I don't know how they are created, but this is a summer beach scent for me, despite all the vanilla.
Strange concoction and it further solidifies for me that I don't like salt or plums, at least in perfume.
It's definitly not for anyone who's averse to sweetness, because this is the sweetest thing I've ever smelled. I bought my Olympea over a year ago, and it has consistently agreed with me- no cloying or headache days. thankfully it lasts much better on clothing if over sprayed but i'm not impressed with the performance at all, it's definitely one of the weakest in my collection. This flanker is really, really long lasting and powerful, and I mean it, but I personally still prefer the original Olympea. Não me adaptei a esse perfume, comprei no blind depois de ver reviews no youtube anos atrás por amar o IN FLAMES contratipo do Olympea trad.
Many won't know how to appreciate this one but if you enjoy original Olympea but want a more in your face version, I'd go for legend. V Perfumes offers top-quality fragrances from international perfume brands, besides having an array of niche perfumes for people who like to have their signature fragrances. Immerse yourself in the luxurious and sensual experience of Paco Rabanne Olympea Legend For Women Eau De Parfum.He then places his cigar in his mouth and lights it off of the candle flame, taking a number of quick pulls from the cigar, puff puff puff! As it dries down the plum calms down and the vanilla stands out and the sweetness that's left behind is the apricot. I don't believe fervently in tying perfumes to specific seasons, but i would be very afraid to put this on if the weather's any higher than 23C. For me it's a strong like, not a love-love, but I really like it and I find it quite different from all the other mainstream gourmand fragrances out there.