Sunday, 8 February 2015

Nirmal Review

In Hindi, the adjective nirmal literal means 'without impurity', thereby 'clean, pure, fresh' - an apt name, really, for a scent whose central orris theme emerges smelling like it's just been put through the wash with some dihydromyrcenol-laden laundry powder. It's the metallic facet of certain ionones then that is first accentuated, before the sweeter qualities of iris are elaborated with a soft coumarin/vanilla/woody-amber base. 

Nose: Rosine Courage
House: Laboratorio Olfattivo
Release date: 2010
Notes (per Fragrantica): carrot, iris, violet, cedar, amber, 'daim' candy accord. 

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