Saturday, 13 May 2017

Tellus Review

From the Latin tellūs f. meaning ‘earth, ground’, Nadège Le Garlantezec’s (Givaudan) composition magnifies patchouli’s earthy facets with the humid, soil-like smell of Geosmin. Beside some sebaceous nuances from costus oil replacer and further woody-spicy notes courtesy of Cashmeran, I find little else of obvious note.
The perfume is substantive and quite linear.

Nose: Nadège Le Garlantezec
House: Les Liquides Imaginaires
Release date: 2015
Notes (per Fragrantica): earth accord, Indonesian patchouli, Cashmeran, lily, costus, mosses, Ambroxan, fir balsam, cistus.

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