Monday, 23 December 2013

Yellow Sea Review

Yellow Sea suffers from something of a split personality: part oriental, part sports fragrance. It's a sport-iental, if you will. 
A creamy citrus accord overlays a sweet balsamic base that contains a touch of dirty castoreum. The addition however, of a substantial dose of dihydromyrcenol, whose powerful metallic freshness is shorthand for 'men’s cologne', is regrettable and fails to gel. 

Nose: Jean-Claude Astier
House: M.Micallef
Release date: 2008 (discontinued)
Notes (per Fragrantica):  Lime, Bergamot, Tangerine; Patchouli, Cedarwood, Incense;  Ambergris, Benzoin, Castoreum

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