500DaysofSemmler's Review of Jasmin 17 by Le Labo

I'm slowly beginning to understand white florals. At the outset, I couldn't tell a tuberose from a neroli from a jasmine. When I tried Moonlight in Heaven by Kilian I was wondering how they made such a milky, rice-pudding smell. Now I realize how milky Jasmine can be itself, especially with a hint of vanilla. There's a bit of greenness and citrus here too. Overall the scent is very pleasant and smooth. Nothing too heady or indolic to be challenging. The only challenge for me is that it's still a bit too feminine for me to wear often. Like Carnal Flower, it may be better suited to special occasions. My rating scale is based on my personal desire to wear something, so I'm going with neutral on this one, but this is something I'd be happy to smell on my girlfriend. Worth a sample.

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