Imagine an exotic brunette lady in pearly white satin dress.a spicy tropical gourmand is how i would describe this. the ylang ylang-wood combo gives it a vintage feeling with a barely noticeable vanilla on my skin.with the right chemistry and style Ylang Ylang Nosy can make you the unforgettable encounter.
On one side you have the pretty cream florals such as ylang ylang,orange blossom and the other side herbal food notes including fennel.vanilla and cardamom and labdanum.there is depth due to the spice of the flowers.it smells of times past and i believe it takes a trained nose to appreciate it.nice staying power and sillage.
This is delightful! Something different. From the start I get a creamy ylang ylang, with vanilla, cardamom, labdanum, and jasmine. The vanilla isn't over-powering. (yeah!) Later I get a nice, orange blossom note mingling with the others. Full bottle worthy.
A boudoir of calm' perfume, evocative of a space lit by candlelight and draped in amber-gold velvet, a call to the unburdening of the mind, rest that re-energizes and, ultimately, sensuality. This is a perfume infused with a soft warmth which captures the spirit of floral nectar sweet for sure but also round and light and lively.
Showcasing a deep ylang ylang note from oil sourced from the Madagascan island of Nosy Be which apparently has supplied it to the world market for a century now, this is a perfume of unaffected complexity. The ylang is rich, yellow-gold and oh-so-caressing, but there's a backdrop of other notes that provide the kind of contrast that allows it to truly sparkle. First up are some lively citruses (lemon, grapefruit; the latter more in evidence) immediately tempered and warmed by cardamom they prevent things from getting too honeyed while not distracting from the mood of alert relaxation, like after an expert massage, how one lies on the couch loose-limbed but senses fully awake and body a-tingle. Now hints of a garden jasmine and loukom-like rose begin to reveal themselves, and a vanilla that admittedly is more like vanilla sugar, more alto than bass, but somehow apt in this mix.
The perfume has a burnished quality the ylang has none of the banana tendency that is sometimes evident, the jasmine isn't in the least indolic the whole thing twinkles and invites.
It has the restraint and confidence of a classic.