Night Song 
TRNP (Teone Reinthal Natural Perfume) (2017)

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Night Song by Teone Reinthal Natural Perfume

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Night Song is a shared scent launched in 2017 by TRNP (Teone Reinthal Natural Perfume)

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There are 3 reviews of Night Song by Teone Reinthal Natural Perfume.

Dancing Fairies, 1866, by August Malmström

From the oud and tobacco in the note list alone, you might think Night Song is the “natural” analog to Tom Ford’s Tobacco Oud, but the scent quickly dispenses with that notion.

While the Indian oud in the opening is challenging, don’t be intimidated by the threat in Reinthal’s own description of it as containing “the whole barnyard.” This isn’t a Rania J fecal-fest; rather, it’s “whole” in that it incorporates a range of grassy and earthy notes, fresh as well as “recycled.” The challenge is less from an offensive note than a complex accord or suite of accords. It’s one worth meeting, as there is more than ample reward in the way the dissonances resolve.

If Reinthal’s Prayer is, as I have suggested in my review of it, akin to minimalist chamber music, then Night Song is nearly Wagnerian. Except that I like Night Song much more than I like Wagner. So I’ll go with TR’s subtitle, “Qawwali in Fluid Form,” and recommend pairing Night Song with the music of Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan.

If you’re familiar with NFAK, you know that’s high praise indeed.

New formulation:

Champaca, Pink Lotus, Mysore Sandalwood, Indian oud, Vietnamese oud, Myrrh, Frankincense, Labdanum, Vanilla and Tobacco.

This one opens with a quite strong combo of “grape kool-aid” champaca, hay/leather toned Indian Oud and pink lotus. Shortly following, a myrrh and frankincense combo appears. About an hour or so in, a dry tobacco emerges, which combines really well with the incense to lend a subtly sweet spiciness to the mix. After a few hours, the Indian Oud starts to die down and the resinous Vietnamese oud starts to take over in its stead. The champaca and lotus are still there, but more subdued. Towards the end of the very long wear, the labdanum and vanilla combine to form a nice amber accord, supporting the smooth Oudiness. The Sandalwood must have been hiding deep in there somewhere because I didn't pick it up.

This one was really beautiful

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