Trèfle Pur 
Atelier Cologne (2010)

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Trèfle Pur by Atelier Cologne

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Trèfle Pur is a shared scent launched in 2010 by Atelier Cologne

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There are 27 reviews of Trèfle Pur by Atelier Cologne.

Like walking along the edge of a brook barefoot on a dappled forest floor and finding an orange tree growing there. This is an unapologetically simple citrus and basil. Zesty bitter orange on subtly herbal background. So uplifting and invigorating. Fortifying, yet soothing. Totally unisex.

The zesty orange note combined with the basil have an invigorating effect. This explosion of tart freshness is, however relatively short-lived as the scent calms down and proceeds to it's less pronounced herbal-woody heart and base. Basil and patchouli really sets this fragrance apart, very dark green, herbal, yet not bracing. Perfect for the heat of the summer.

The opening blast is a combination of orange and neroli, with added touches of cardamom and a whiff of galbanum. It is not a fresh citrus blast but a touch of the somber and subdued side.

The drydown is greener, as the name of this creations suggests; I get basil and gently herbal notes.

In the base I get a very soft and somewhat bland patchouli impression, with a nonspecific woodsiness in the background.

I get moderate sillage, adequate projection and six hours of longevity on my skin.

A nice spring scent that is not bad and has touches of originality, but it is quite anaemic and not very vivid on me. 2.75/5.

Clean orange & neroli. Not too bitter. Clear notes. The middle notes are greenish and bright. Just enough galbanum; not over done.

Citrus and green notes hang on for quite some time. I feel though, TP is rather linear, leans towards dull.

At times I get an almost fig accord / note in the heart. Lots of cedar in the base, which may have tricked me into thinking "fig". Not a lot of patchouli here. I'm not having the best luck, with this house, finding a gem to invest in...

Nice fresh citrus-y green cologne. The opening has a mossy herbal bitter orange combo like Hermes' Eau d'Orange vert, and I can definitely see the resemblance to it which is also a cologne I love. I do find the drydown is a little more herbal and spicy than the more mossy woodsy EOV, but I do still get some mossy woods here too. I wish there could be a bit more oakmoss (common problem for me who discovered my great love for this note and then really got into perfume right after it was largely regulated out), which might help the lasting power a bit. It does last at least as long as EOV though, probably more like the concentree, so that's a plus. It is a pretty unisex scent like most Aetlier and Hermes colognes. I'd wear this a lot in the warmer months.

Citrus dominated by galbanum. Neroli cuts through the dominance. Very green notes, and also very deep. This is turning out to be one of the best GREEN scents. The violet adds a "just rained quality" without any ozone smells. Unfortunately it doesn't last long.

Fiori di campo by John William Waterhouse 1902

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