There’s something rather Tabac Blond-ish about Sidonie Lancesseur’s Light My Fire, and that’s no bad thing. Both have an ambered, nutty cedar/vetiver chord going on that fairly recalls whisky. The clove in Caron’s classic however, is here largely replaced by cumin, making Light My Fire the raunchier of the two (at least when pitted against the current iteration of Tabac Blond). Light my fire is also the sweeter, the vanillic-cherry scent of heliotropin blending with a musky, balsamic, coumarin-tonka, type Oriental base.
Nose: Sidonie Lancesseur.
House: By Kilian.
Release date: 2014.
Notes (per Fragrantica): cumin, hay, patchouli, vetiver, honey, vanila, tobacco.