Wednesday, 18 February 2015

Noblige Review

The problem with overlaps between functional and fine fragrance is that, sometimes, perfumes can’t help but recall household products. So it is with Noblige.
The culprit here seems not to be the attractively anisic, aromatic heart, but rather an unfortunate combination of slightly aldehydic bergamot/orange hesperidic notes and a very pronounced ozonic haze that comes off smelling like floor cleaner. The base is musky / powdery with some subtle vanilla-coumarin/tonka sweetness. 

Nose: Marie Duchene
House: Laboratorio Olfattivo
Release date: 2012
Notes (per Fragrantica): bergamot, lemon, ambrette, lavender, iris, neroli, vanilla, tonka, white musk.

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