Flower Tag Eau de Parfum fragrance notes

  • Head

    • grapefruit, blackcurrant, rhubarb
  • Heart

    • gardenia, jasmine, peony
  • Base

    • praline, vanilla, patchouli, musk

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I get black current, grapefruit and rhubarb at the opening, jasmin and peony in middle and mainly vanilla at drydown. The bizarre thing about this perfume is that every stage it's pleasant, but it lacks internal liaisons especially for the base notes.

The opening is sweet, but well balanced with sour grapefruit, somehow made me mouthwatering. Then floral notes come out with an incense-like scent, which reminds me clearly of Flower. But the fruity notes are still there at the moment, make the difference between Flower. Then it continues to evolve into an almost pure vanilla scent, not much patchouli to boost it up, not much praline either, and the floral notes disappear too. The drydown is so plain that if you say it's not Flower Tag but other commmon floral vanilla scent I bet I'll believe you. It's still pleasant as I love vanilla, but it's not very inspiring. If you don't pay much attention, it's not as distinguishable as other Kenzo perfumes. Though, it's a rather safe option when you don't know what to wear, which scent to pick as a gift, etc.

The longevity is quite good, after 10h I can still detect it easily. The sillage is close on me. I tested EDT before with EDP. I remembered the opening of EDP was significantly sweeter than EDT.

Originally written in 2013.
30th September 2017
If you get from this one more than black currant and praline when the first spray is done, you should go for it. Seems to me we have another crowd pleaser that smells like a tiny little sister of the several gourmand scents this creator has done already; not memorable.
15th May 2012