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I have never before enjoyed a fig or almond based scent. But Profumum has done it again. The almond is milky and rich, almost coconutty. The fig is ripe and sweet without tipping over into cloying. Longevity is great, could still faintly smell it on my wrists after 8 hours (6 of those being in a kitchen with frequent handwashing). Projection is slightly less than some other Profumum scents but that's not a downside in my opinion. You don't always want your perfume to enter a room before you do. I'll be picking up the travel size once I use up a few from my stash.
By   - Chef from Langley on 11/5/2020
This is my favorite from the house and a big compliment getter. It's a creamy bright fragrance and hard to dislike. Projection is great
By   - Entrereneur from NYC on 3/9/2019
Gorgeous! This is the right balance of sweet fig, milky almond and lovely, creamy sandalwood. I agree with the reviewer below, this fig scent is way better than the Dyptique and Annick Goutal. Other fig scents I enjoy include Parfums de Nicolai's Fig (which is way different-- it is the scent of the actual fruit rather than the root) and Neela Vermiere's Ashoka (which contains many other notes, but fig plays prominently in it, at least to my nose). Now, if only they would offer this one in the 15 ml travel size!
By   - artist from USA on 10/1/2016
I have tried every fig scent I know of, from Dyptique, Annick Goutal and L'Artisan to Laurence Dumont and Pacifica. This, to me, is by far the best. In general, I am not a big fan of fig based scents, but I do love sandalwood and almond, which mellow what can be sharp and less than feminine in fig notes. I appreciate the slightly "coconutty" essence in this particular fig scent, and the pear adds a soft sweetness without the stickiness of a vanilla base. The sandalwood is just prominent enough and remains through the dry down with a sweet, ripe fig note. In my opinion, no matter how wonderful a scent may be, it is not worth the time or money if it lacks longevity. This is well made, sufficiently concentrated and has great staying power! Worth the pretty penny!
By   - from Makawao, HI on 4/26/2014
Initially, very pretty. Evolved into a too sweet fragrance that made me go to the ladies room and wash it off.
By   - from Atlanta on 4/9/2009
I read the list of notes and thought to myself "This one looks GOOD." Well, looks are deceiving. How on earth the creators of Ichnusa (best fig scent EVER) could create this "fragrance" is beyond me. Smells like a fruity Glade scent inside a hair salon where a perm is in progress. Simply awful.
By   - from Reston, VA on 3/13/2009
To my surprise it opened up with a bit of a peppery note. Later on a green fig came out which tranformed into a ripe fig in the drydown. Very nice composition and long lasting. If you like fig scents then this one is for you. I did not get any of the pear or almond on my skin. But with all the fig, and I like fig, I dont need anything else. Pricetag is high as it is will all the others of this line. For sure worth the price. Great staying power on my skin
By   - from Germany on 8/30/2008
I just wanted to amend my last comment - I remember now that fig often smells coconutty to me, so that must be what I'm smelling.
By   - from San Diego, California on 8/25/2008
At first when I tried this on, I was afraid it was going to be a dud because I couldn't smell much. But after about an hour, I noticed this wonderful sweet almond scent wafting up from my chest. I am also getting the sandalwood and surprisingly, coconut, from it - but no fig. This is a warm, sweet comforting scent. Just wish it had a bit more pear, as I love that note.
By   - from San Diego, California on 8/25/2008
First post I've ever placed on Luckyscent, but this one deserves a warning *do not try this*. I tested it yesterday and here were two comments: 1) "Cloying" 2) "You smell like a tub of fresh Play-doh."
By  on 8/22/2008
If you want a fig fragrance that lasts forever on the skin, then Dambrosia is your thing. To be fair, I am not big on fig perfumes, but I was impressed at how strong and tenacious this one was. I think it's perfect for all year round.
By   - from LN, CA on 8/17/2008
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