Saturday, 30 January 2016

No.002 Gorse Review

Inspired by the scent of Ulex europaeus, Gorse is a very simple smelling perfume. The plant’s famously coconutty scent is here translated into a monolithic lactonic complex constructed around C-18 aldehyde (so-called) that’s topped with a tart yet juicy lemon note.
Even at £60 for 100mL, it’s hard to justify.

Nose: Unknown
House: Laboratory Perfumes
Launch date: 2012
Notes (per Fragrantica): citruses, cardamom.

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