Le Labo

Jasmin 17

Eau de Parfum

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I agree 100% with a previous reviewer who said this smells of plumeria/frangipane. I too grew up in the tropics, and when I smelled this, I was instantly transported to my childhood on the beach, picking white and pink plumerias and burying my nose in the heavenly, heavenly scent. Jasmin 17 is endless summer in a bottle, and I wore it all through the long, harsh New England winter that we just endured. It really lifts your spirits. The sillage is considerable, and the fragrance lasts over 24 hours on me. I know there is vanilla and orange blossom (neroli?) somewhere in here, but all I smell is plumeria. I have several Le Labo full bottles, and Baie Rose 26 and Jasmin 17 are my favorites. Delicious!
By   - Office from Boston on 6/4/2014
If you have ever had an Earl Grey or Winter Dream tea latte from a Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf then you know what this smells like. There's a true bergamot here that shimmers above crisply sugared, somewhat creamy, jasmine tea. It has a middle note that I can't put my finger on which reminds me of Lys 41, but it's a bit more sophisticated. I actually think that this fragrance would be more interesting on a man than on a woman - it would definitely be the less obvious choice - and the number of men who asked about it when I wore it (and if I thought they could pull it off) took me by surprise. I really liked it, but I can tell that it's not for me. It's one that I would love to catch whiffs of but not wear around. It wasn't sweet, per se, but sugared in a way that I think would get to me after a while since I really don't lean toward gourmand frags. If you do, though, and are looking for something fresh and a little tea-like, this is perfect.
By   - Bookseller from Pasadena, CA on 5/6/2014
Jasmin 17 is reminiscent to me of frangipani (plumeria) flowers in the middle of summer back home in Australia - unashamedly heady, silky blooms that you'd catch a whiff of on the occasional breeze, the very essence of summer to me. This is sunshine in a bottle, balmy sweetness tempered by orange blossom and given a smooth edge of sandalwood and musk. It definitely tiptoes on the edge of heady for the first few minutes but on me it is never cloying or overpowering. My favorite fragrance ever is Jo Malone Orange Blossom, and Jasmin 17 seems like OB's gorgeous older sister. It wears quite close to the skin but has great longevity. Full bottle worthy for sure - it evokes such a sense of homesickness and warm fuzzies for me that I can't forget how this scent makes me feel and I find myself reaching for it often.
By   - from Chicago on 5/24/2011
I'm not a big fan of pure floral perfumes, but this has blown me away. The jasmin is initially strong and powerful but blends into the most gorgeous subtle fragrance that literally last all day. I don't pick up too much of the neroli but I do love the jasmin veiled over sandalwood and musk in the basenotes. When I smelled the perfume in the sample bottle I thought I would need to layer it over some musk to remove the jasmin sharpness, but I'm so glad I didn't, it's perfect by itself. This is the first really 'floral' perfume that I will invest in.
By   - Pharmacist from London on 3/18/2011
I am a huge fan of jasmine, but this I do not like. Jasmine can be awkward, rude, if not well composed. Unfortunately, this is like that. Very boring, linear and not at all attractive. Some may be like the durability of this perfume. Among these "linear" jasmine, only Nuda is great!
By   - artist from NYC on 2/22/2011
I find Jasmin 17 to become more subtle throughout the day when I wear it. i don't tend to be a fan of florals but this one is definatly one of my faves. It must be the vanilla and the sandalwood that take away the headiness of the florals (which can really effect me) on my skin.
By   - from Australia on 1/29/2010
quite a strong jasmin scent with a very decent amount of orange in it, im not really a fan of white flowers hence i dont really like this although i must say (as per LS's 'you may also like' recommendations) that something in this does remind me of Kilians's love. Weird!
By   - admin from melb on 11/5/2009
This is a strong scent. I put what I thought was an ordinary amount on the first time and overpowered everyone around me. I put half the amount on the second time and it worked out nicely. If you want staying power, this one has it.
By   - Teacher from Canada on 8/22/2009
I got a sample of this, and i am so glad i did. I LOVE this. This will be my next purchase from Luckyscent.
By  on 7/30/2009
I think there's way too much neroli in the formula for a jasmine fragrance, which makes it three neroli/orange blossom scents in Le Labo's line! I don't even like the sickly sweetness of neroli, I associate it at worst with cleaning products, at best with Middle Eastern sweets, neither of which I'd like to smell like.
By  on 4/17/2009
Hmmm...I very seldom disagree so strongly with the in-house description. To me this isn't a youthful jasmine at all, in fact, I'd call it a strong, mature woman's jasmine. The opening is that strong 'tire store' accord that jasmine sometimes has and on me at least, that never totally goes away. Not that this isn't pretty, it is. But this is a jasmine with some teeth to it. This fragrance has such strength that it verges (not quite there) on being suitable for a man to wear. And trust me, I never thought I'd say that about a jasmine scent. Try this, anyway. It's interesting and different from other jasmines out there.
By   - Energy Analyst from Denver, CO on 4/16/2009
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