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Madison Soirée fragrance notes

  • Head

    • sparkling aldehydes
  • Heart

    • gardenia, honeysuckle, jasmine
  • Base

    • oakmoss, powdery notes

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Out of all the Bond No.9 scents I could have tried, this fragrance tempted me. This is the first and only Bond scent I've tried so far, so it was essential that Madison Soiree left me with a good first impression.

I must say that this is rather unique, the first tick of approval in my book. The scent itself though is very odd, something that took me a while to get accustomed to.

It's floral yet synthetic with a very prominent nail polish remover type smell. You'll find it hard to believe that this bold, alcoholic and plasticy scent actually appeals to me. I found it hard to believe myself.

Madison Soiree has such strange vibes, but I can't help admiring the overall composition.

The honeysuckle, jasmine and gardenia are certainly there, presented in a powdery-like form which is both soft and feminine. However the strong alcohol lingering in the background stops this fragrance from becoming too predictable.

Madison Soiree is not something that I can imagine myself wearing, however I would be delighted to smell it on someone that does it justice. As you would expect from a high-profile niche house, this fragrance does last. I recommend.

15th June 2011
Oh my God !!! This is a lovely Lavender...long lasting and classy...big thumbs up !!!
15th September 2010

Although I am a man, and enjoy predominantly masculine scents, I keep wanting to wear this (in public). I could probably pull it off well, too.The first 30 minutes of skin-wear are blandly alcoholic and feminine. The payoff appears really quickly, in the form of mega-powdery lavender. It reminds me of "Shower to Shower (morning fresh)" body powder.If for no other reason, this gets a positive rating for being so fresh, pleasant & inoffensive.
29th March 2010
Smells like a cleaning product I have in the kitchen.
24th September 2008
O.K., tell me I'm not crazy...this smells like NUDE! (Which was created by Sophia Grojsman for the Bill Blass label.) I think it's the aldehydes in the opening and the oakmoss in the drydown. Sparkling and fresh floral - very light and clean, I'm lovin' it!
21st December 2007
First time I put it on, it screamed "Caleche" and becomes more like it as it dries down. Perhaps a tad less sweet than Caleche, and a tad more spicy. I have no clue what notes they share, but if you like Caleche and have always wanted it a little lighter and more spirited, this one is for you. Very pretty, feminine, definitely high class all the way.
22nd October 2007
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