Euphoria fragrance notes

  • Head

    • pomegranate, persimmon, "lush green accord"
  • Heart

    • lotus blossom, champaca flower, black orchid
  • Base

    • liquid amber, black violet, cream accord, mahogany wood

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2023 update - this has been changed and is now a tame floral with a cheap aftershave base. At least it was interesting before, even if unwearable.
Euphoria is a slice of Angel - berries/cassis and patchouli. Where it differs is that Dominique Ropion had his hand in this, so it's played at concert levels. The basenotes are a thunderous, skunky musk (that I find rather pleasant). It punches you in the face and just keeps pummeling.

Fun, but who could wear this? If you do, I applaud you, but you need to know that you're killing everyone around you. Even if you ask, they'll lie. That's how scary Euphoria is.

This should come with a warning.
28th October 2022
It doesn't feel like Calvin Klein, and it doesn't feel as old as it is. More like a 2018 gourmand, fashionable sweet fragrance with nice flowers. Good, but performances are not the best.
5th January 2020

Euphoria - Calvin Klein
Sour-berry on mothball with a little crush of praline, becomes more bitter and settles quickly in a 'cassis-juice on sour sweets & candy floss', without any reasonable development, like a continious loop of the same theme. Not bad, although it tries a bit too hard to be original as Angel.
16th July 2019
A bright and fulsome fruity floral that is post-Angel but not postlapsarian; it's rich and juicy but keeps to the clean path that is CK's definer despite inflections of wood and spice. Nonetheless Euphoria is a strong foray into this genre, with lovely tart, bitter yet sweet fruitiness to the fore in the opening (a deep purple fantasy pomegranate dripping with juice), lifted with accents of green freshness but also immediately paired with a darker, fudgier floral accord that belongs firmly in the plush velvet realms of modern perfumery ‘orchids'. Lurking behind this play of purple and noir elements, lit by the strong arc lights of the house emphasis on clean, are rounded, sweet woody notes and just a suggestion of spice. This is CK playing with oriental shade, while keeping the stage at all times brightly lit.
This isn't a perfume of layers or depth – once the elements are slotted in and settled, that's that, but it is impressive and energetic for about 4 hours. After which it falls down into a mush of sweet nothings in the base.
26th February 2018
Sexy, sophisticated, classy, beautiful....these come to mind as I experience Calvin Klein's Euphoria on a woman. There are perfumes that stand out as special and pleasing to behold; this is one of them!

Euphoria starts out with a lush flood of fruit and florals. There is a fresh, crisp quality to the perfume, thanks to the black orchid and lotus blossom, along with a dreamy, intoxicating effect from the pomegranate and sweetness from the persimmon. And the foundation is sure and steady with the amber and mahogany, which along with the violet round out and finish this marvelous perfume all the way to the end.

The effect that Euphoria has on me as a man: I just want to hold the woman close to me as we are enveloped by this hypnotic potion. The perfume sends the message of warmth, daring, invitation, and delight that I love!

Great perfume from Calvin Klein worthy of a test from any female scent enthusiast...and the men who love them. ;^>

10th March 2017
The opening is ALMOST too loud on my skin....but it's worth it to reach the drydown. Rich, musky, and spicy to my nose. I love it. I get 6-8 hours from one spray too.
Perfect for winter....I wouldn't attempt this one in warmer seasons!
8th February 2016
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