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I am always amazed how much non-fragrances for many but become a religion and just these people after their "enlightenment" no longer come crawling out of their niche. Forgive me my puns :-D I've never lived through this obvious confession, and I'm honestly also glad that designers also fascinate me every time.
Of course, many perfumes in the designer sector are trimmed to mass appeal and mainly want to please. But that is nothing bad. Especially in everyday life - e. However, these pleasing scents also exist in the niche world. Aventus, Layton, Naxos - to call times three draught horses. Also, "niche or designer" often says nothing about the quality of the fragrances.
There are designers with great quality. On the other hand, there are very modest non-fragrances. Also, synthetic is often criticized with designers. And yet there are enough fragrances in the non-scent segment that even consciously work with synthetics. Bond No. Also the price is not decisive for a high quality. That show especially Arab fragrance houses again and again.
Here you can find in such high numbers fragrances that cost under Ultimately, everyone must decide for themselves. Personally, I would find it a pity if my journey through the fragrance world would take place only exclusively in Nichebekistan I'm sorry! For one thing, I'd be broke, because a month without new fragrances wouldn't be a good one ;- And for another, I would never have been able to get so many unbelievably good scents under my nose. Like the two fragrances we're talking about today.
Two designers. Two really cheap designers! So let's get started. A noble-looking box adorned the bottle. On a small tab, you could pull the fragrance out like from a book cover. Chic, almost niche presentation. The bottle itself is also very nice. Very simple, elegant design. Solid glass. Only the sprayer gives me a bit too little fragrance per spray. Because "you get what you see"! The fragrance starts with an overripe, black cherry, which is very present especially in the first seconds.
Shortly thereafter joins also already a tart-sweet, dark chocolate note praline? And then the amber is already there and wraps itself around the cherry. The scent is sweet, but not a bit overloaded or sticky. Quite the opposite - it always stays a little dark and finds a perfect balance here. When I look at the twins listed here, everything is right, but somehow nothing from the list is right either. A little Lost Cherry but much darker.
A little Baccarat Rouge but much less pungently sweet. The scent stays absolutely linear after 5 minutes but is still complex. He fascinates me just therefore totally. Short form: ambered, overripe black cherry with a thin layer of bitter chocolate. Especially the amber sets the tone here after a short time! Great cinema. Could also be Niche! This is also very linear and still has a certain depth.
Here, however, the name is only so half program! The fragrance starts directly with the full broadside of sweet, spicy tonka bean. Very quickly joins a good portion of vanilla and remains until the end. Mirabelle and pear I do not perceive in detail, but have in between again and again a fruity association to what is at the core of a Nimm2 candy.
Sounds strange, but smells great. Accompanied at most. Tobacco I perceive unfortunately too little! Doesn't detract from the scent though. Also this fragrance here is great. Also this has Nichencharakter! Short form: Uniques, sweet-spicy tonka-vanilla monster with short, light fruit candy? No revelation. Too bad! The first hour are both also perceptible beyond an arm's length. Then in hours still enough to be noticed in a hug or in an elevator.
After that, however, it becomes skin deep. Office, leisure, date? Goes everything. With both! In any case! My wife wears both just as gladly as I. Here I always get incredible feedback. Open plan office, 80 colleagues, everyone knows my Parfummacke and knows that I wear a different fragrance every day Both scents were almost universally well received.
And yet both parties didn't find the other one wrong either. For this price, you get here but two fragrances with an incredibly great quality.
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Banana Republic Dark Cherry & Amber Eau De Parfum FL Oz 75ml at the best online prices at. About Dark Cherry & Amber by Banana Republic · Top Notes. black cherry · freesia · Heart Notes. cherry blossom · praline · Base Notes. blonde cedar · red amber. is a unisex Sweet Cherry, Amber fragrance for women and men. Dark Cherry & Amber by Banana Republic features the stand out notes of Praline, Sour Cherry.