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Geisha Green roll-on

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This is refreshing. The reviewer who described "green landscaping bushes" had it dead right. Much like juniper, but danker, less astringent. I encountered no minty notes in mine. As it wears the soapy appeared and the green faded. Very nice,still, and though rated unisex, leans masculine. Tried it on my dad, with Thameen Green Pearl on the other hand. He preferred Geisha Green at first sniff, but soon Green Pearl won, in the drydown. Both nice. Too bad that refreshing juniper green doesn't last longer in this one.
By   - Writer from Spokane on 5/11/2019
Minty and green on me. I love it for day wear but not every day wear in warm weather. My roll on bottle is still with me after three years and it is still fresh and I enjoy pulling it out on occasion.
By   - Actress from Ammon on 9/30/2015
Makes me feel like wearing a green chinoiserie-design dress, I really like it! It's quite rich, slightly creamy green/yellow in feel, almost artificial but in a way that's totally charming, like 1950s ceramics in bright colours, or an apple blossom tree. I get the anise-like note, but it's not spicy or intense, it's well blended. On a woman I think this smells quite coquettish, I could imagine it too on a (probably) younger man who dresses expressively and with colours. It always strikes me as an 'arty' perfume, ideal for exhibitions and arty parties
By   - artist from Edinburgh on 1/26/2015
Only one person mentioned the minty-ness of this, and that's what struck me, too... this smelled on me like a variation on Aqua Allegoria Herba Fresca, but dimestore-cheap. Can't explain it, but am really disappointed it didn't work for me... Sorry I can't explain why a very few of us are getting this sense, but you might try a sample first.
By   - from Virginia on 11/11/2011
Kind of minty fresh. Nice and simple.
By   - actress from Ammon on 8/13/2010
Tried this from the sample, and it's not for me. A lovely scent, but too masculine. I am no trained "nose", so I can only report what it smelled like to me--strong, black, powerful tea leaves, mixed with a dark green shrubbery (not juniper exactly, but equally strong: like those hillside landscaping shrubs). A unique take on "green", all the same. Never smelled one like it.
By   - from Spokane on 7/12/2010
I got Geisha Green as a sample and was astonished when I first tried it on. I now understand the "soapy" description, but it's so much more. It's very happy and warm, with so many rich layers. I will definitely be buying a full-sized bottle of this for summer wear.
By   - Engineer from Scarborough, ME on 7/18/2009
I agree with the previous post,It is a very unique aroma,compared to most,not so "green" as expected,very nice! PS--- does NOT smell like Ck-B2 (calvin) as another reviewer stated.
By   - Perfume reviewer from Cincinnati on 4/5/2009
I was surprised by this fragrance, it is nice but unusual. This smells a bit like Sambuca (a liquor made from anise). And a bit like aftershave. I was expecting a licorice scent, but the anise is not sweet enough to compare it to licorice. I liked this but realized that this is not for everyone
By   - from Chicago on 9/18/2008
This one is nice, but can be unisexed, I believe. It is due to the licorice in it, I think. If you like that in a scent, you will love this. It is similar to La Madisons Regliss, but a bit different, but a close match. It is worth a samples first, not for everyone, but nice.
By   - Vet Assistant/Receptionist  from New Cumberland, Pa on 6/22/2008
I am unsure about this one. It smelled like a man's after shave to me. My man liked the way it smelled on me, but I thought it would have smelled better on him.
By   - from Sisters on 10/22/2007
I would definately say unisex....but not in that neutral way....its feminine and masculine aspects are very distint from each other. Cold and spicy. Clean and dusty. Very unique.
By   - from chicago on 7/3/2007
Unisex. A bit syrupy sweet, but not overwhelmingly so. Unusual. I kept catching whiffs of it and enjoying them, to my surprise. I'm undecided about this.
By   - Program Associate from Atlanta on 6/3/2007
Not my cup of tea. It smells very generic to me which I was stunned as the notes are indeed different. I think it's just my and my funked out chemistry, but definitely not even finishing the sample let alone FB potential. ******sigh******
By   - Bullfighter from NJ on 5/26/2007
Thanks for the sample, Luckyscent! This is a lovely fragrance, but I wouldn't call it warm. On me it is cool, exotic, and heady. The absinthe note comes out clear and clean... the violet and amber mellow the harshness of it, but the black currant adds a bracing edge to the scent. It's Baudelaire. It's Toulouse-Lautrec. It's rue Pigalle. I feel edgy and bohemian wearing it.
By   - from Arlington, VA on 10/26/2006
It is a cross between heavy licorice and soap. It does remind me a bit of CK One but with a twist.
By  on 10/25/2006
This is difficult to describe, but it's kind of warm and soapy. I didn't love it when I first tried it because it has almost a masculine scent, but every single time I put it on I get a new compliment - go figure. It is very long lasting like all the Aroma M scents and very unique. If I had to describe it with one word it would be clean.
By   - from atlanta on 8/3/2006
This smells like CK Be. Way overated for a pretty standard smelling perfume.
By  on 8/6/2005
Yummy. I love this perfume, and I am extremely hard to please. Kind of Licorice with lime and powder. It sounds strange, but it smells like heaven.
By  on 5/28/2005
Really really like this one. Smells like Lolita Lempika for men, but more feminine. Great.
By  on 5/27/2005
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