Narcotic V

Parfum Extrait

by Nasomatto

Femme
  Unisex
Masc
Narcotic V Sizes Available:
30ml $185
0.7ml
0.7ml sample $12
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Reviews
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Michael Kors is what this smells like on me. Its a one dimensional fragrance, loud but not very interesting.
By   - Homemaker from Charlotte on 2/9/2019
One of the most feminine smells I've ever tried on. It stays on me for a while. Really beautiful and sexy, kind of along the lines of Coco Mademoiselle - but definitely ups the sexy factor by a ton. Narcotic indeed.
By   - - from New York on 6/18/2018
Before I read what this was supposed to smell like, I thought of gardenias. Now that I read tuberose, yes, of course, it's tuberose. To me it is creamy and silky, like an expensive duchess satin biased cut gown in champagne cream draped over Jean Harlow's pert derriere. It is sexy in an utterly feminine and mature way. Not playful. Not cute. It is woman and I think I am about to roar.
By   - Manager from LA on 8/31/2016
Sex Kitten scent!
By   - Sales from East Coast on 5/26/2016
this is hands down the best fragrance for me! If you are a tuberose lover, this should be in your collection. I bought some in London and I wear it when I want to feel very "va va voom". It is not as sickly sweet as fracas but it packs a punch. love the combination of my favorite flowers!
By   - writer from New York on 1/2/2015
My favourite tuberose scent. Divine. Heady. Sophisticated. Sensual. My body chemistry loves tuberose as much as my nose; lucky me. And also lucky for my beloved as he adores this scent on me. It combines my other love - the lilly family, so when I saw the key scents in the perfume pyramid I knew this would be a wonderful creation. I can't fault this in any way. The silage floats around me, and the dry down lasts and remains a divine heady scent. If you are a bold tuberose fan then you cannot have this in your collection. Enjoy!
By  on 12/3/2014
This smells like Michael by Michael Kors on me, which is too bad because it becomes sharp and pungent on me. I wanted to love it, but I guess it wasn't meant to be.
By   - from Florida on 2/21/2014
just jasmine. not bad, not good. no complexity at all. simple, in a room freshener way.
By   - administrative from san francisco on 10/18/2013
This is honestly the best perfume I've ever owned. Smells wonderful. Not too sweet, but intriguing enough to grab you. I bought this without trying the sample first because I had heard and read so many good things about it, and it was a risk worth taking. Great purchase.
By   - from Hartford, CT on 9/24/2012
Narcotic indeed. “A drug (as opium or morphine) that in moderate doses dulls the senses, relieves pain, and induces profound sleep but in excessive doses causes stupor…” (courtesy Merriam-Webster). ‘Narcotic’ is probably the very least of the claims that could be made of this perfume. As an avowed and congenital tuberose addict (I chose tuberose fragrances long before I knew anything about tuberoses, or about fragrance notes), it’s natural I’d want to try this; what was unexpected was the depth of instant addiction to which I tumbled at first (second, third…sixteenth) sniff. Twining, voluptuous tuberose layers over a dark, thrumming summons of a scent—spice, animal, smoke so intricately interwoven that they form a new note altogether, one which might well recall the scent of burning opium. And yet the scent is too insistent, too immediate for the slow, somnolent drift of the opium-smoker: “Narcotic Venus” is olfactory heroin, hitting your frontal lobe in a swift, swelling wave that drags you under and keeps you drowning in its pull. Sillage is moderate, endurance is exceptional…Five stars? Yes. And my firstborn.
By   - Student from Springfield, IL on 8/28/2012
Narcotic indeed. “A drug (as opium or morphine) that in moderate doses dulls the senses, relieves pain, and induces profound sleep but in excessive doses causes stupor…” (courtesy Merriam-Webster). ‘Narcotic’ is probably the very least of the claims that could be made of this perfume. As an avowed and congenital tuberose addict (I chose tuberose fragrances long before I knew anything about tuberoses, or about fragrance notes), it’s natural I’d want to try this; what was unexpected was the depth of instant addiction to which I tumbled at first (second, third…sixteenth) sniff. Twining, voluptuous tuberose layers over a dark, thrumming summons of a scent—spice, animal, smoke so intricately interwoven that they form a new note altogether, one which might well recall the scent of burning opium. And yet the scent is too insistent, too immediate for the slow, somnolent drift of the opium-smoker: “Narcotic Venus” is olfactory heroin, hitting your frontal lobe in a swift, swelling wave that drags you under and keeps you drowning in its pull. Sillage is moderate, endurance is exceptional… Five stars? Yes. And my firstborn.
By   - Student from Springfield, IL on 8/22/2012
There is somehting so intriguing about this parfum. It is a beautiful floral scent, but with a hard chemical edge to it...hence it's name. When you first put it on, I would say it is a cold floral. Like the jasmin, tuberose, and lily have all been frozen...their warmth hidden under the ice. However, after the dry down, the rich floral scents escape and become prominent. The chemical coldness never goes away, but continues to catch your attention throughout the day. I gave four stars for the price versus quantity and I wish it lasted a little bit longer.
By   - makeup artist from Houston on 8/15/2011
Opening reminds me of perfume I had as a teenager. I think it was called Sand and Sable. It dries down differently though. Its nice, but not spectacular. I like Beyond Love much better.
By   - from Pennsylvania on 3/1/2011
Just a pretty floral - nothing to write home about.
By  on 1/31/2011
this is NOT sarassins - this is steely, aluminum-edged white flowers, cutting you open with their intoxicating beauty - this pierces through you - all you naysayers need to wait for the drydown, this is gorgeous
By   - chef from nyc on 10/5/2010
on me it is bursting tuberose, sensual, elegant, fine. then comes the "spice", ie, frankincense - heady, strong, yet still floral... this is a special kind of juice.
By   - chef from nyc on 9/21/2010
I had to try this because of the name, & the description of it as "an absolute & total manslayer", but I was a little disappointed. It's a nice warm tuberose, the jasmine is there, followed by lily & spices, with a musky drydown, but I expected it to knock my socks off & it didn't, plus it doesn't last long enough for me. Too bad!
By   - from southampton uk on 9/12/2009
I've just tried this fragrance for the first time this morning. At first, I thought what a lovely, sexy tuberose. And then the dry down came... And for a while I could not remember what this scent reminded me of, but I knew it was something I had before. Then, someone here mentioned Michael Kors and that was it! This scent is almost dead-on Michael Kors. This is ok, but not my kind of tuberose..
By  on 3/14/2009
to die for. I'm not a floral lover- normally really into oriental spices and woody scents. This is so sexy, and layers wonderfully with musks.
By   - artist from rhode island on 3/11/2009
I dont tpotally agree people comparing Narcotic Venus with Fracas or Carnal Flower. Yes, they do have in common the tuberose scent. It looks that all those perfumes are there to show the beauty of tuberose but yet in very different ways. Fracas is buttery tuberose, Carnal Flower tuberose is very intense, with green notes. I guess I would call it "icy". Up to the end it keeps the freshness & greeniness of flower. And Narcotic Venus is mixed with lilies. It is intense but not as green and it has other flowers accompanying the aroma. It has this indolic effect and I really like it. It looks to me that tuberose is in the glass of vodka. It has this sharpness & weirdness which is excellent to my taste. I love the difference and the fact that it is different to Fracas & to Carnal Flower.
By  on 3/9/2009
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