Yuzu Soda fragrance notes

    • Aldehydes, Camphor, Mint, Yuzu, Bitter Orange, Petitgrain, Pear, Pineapple, Rosemary, Magnolia, Soda, Orris, Basil, Vetiver, Musk, Seaweed

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A sparkling burst of yuzu and aldehydes greets the nose, with a hint of bitter soda. While it is definitely fizzy, I don't feel like I'm getting as much yuzu as I was expecting. Performance-wise, it's just average. As it dries down, it becomes more of a musky citrus scent. I didn't detect much of the other notes like mint, rosemary, or basil. In my experience with Strangers Parfumerie fragrances, the openings are usually really lovely and interesting, but the drydowns can be underwhelming.
9th April 2022
Sampling Strangers Parfumerie Yuzu Soda, a fittingly fresh, tart, effervescent, semi-sweet concoction that’s a pleasant scent, particularly for warm weather, that nails the citrus soda concept as well as an example I’ve tried. It manages to be not too sweet or tart while clearly being a bit more focused on the yuzu, and therefore tarter, than, say, a standard lemon/lime soda like Sprite or 7UP. It has a bit of soul and depth to it, though, in the form of petitgrain, rosemary, and vetiver, so it’s not outright soda but more of a citrus/soda-forward, blended perfume. I’m very pleased with this and it’s nice that the first true freshie from the line (as Lumberjack Cologne has more of a year-round feel to it) is such a success. I like how it dries down to be a little less sharp, as is generally the case, while still maintaining most of its overall character from the opening. And it performs decently well, though not as loudly as the coffee fragrances from the line that I tried first when starting to sample it.

Yuzu Soda is priced at $80 for 30ml, the standard EDP concentration pricing for the line, and is sold via Luckyscent and Indiescents.

8 out of 10
8th March 2022