Wednesday, 8 June 2016

Sultan Leather Review

The problem (it seems to me) with complex smelling materials such as Safraleine is that they can all too easily become a vehicle for laziness. Underline the saffron-tobacco-hot pleather notes with some synthy woods, a little vanilla like sweetness and musks et voilà! A dark ‘leather’ perfume ready to sell to the next niche brand that comes a knocking. 

Nose: Unknown (From Mavive Fragrance House)
House: The Merchant of Venice
Release date: 2015
Notes (per Fragrantica): saffron, pepper, nutmeg, geranium, floral notes, white sandalwood, cedar, leather, black musk.

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