Vierges et Toreros

Eau de Parfum

by Etat Libre d'Orange

Femme
  Unisex
Masc
Vierges et Toreros Sizes Available:
50ml $90
0.7ml
0.7ml sample $3
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Reviews
Here's what other people are saying about Vierges et Toreros...
It''s straight-up goaty and I love it.However, it is a soft goatiness, and not as offensive as some. Like I said: Love it.
By   - Photographer from San Francisco on 7/31/2015
I ordered Vraie Blonde in my last batch of samples and i got this one instead. I just thought "Oh well, maybe I''ll really like this one." Definitely not. I could not stand this for more than a few minutes. This was really strong, it smelled so medicinal and old and kinda like mold even. Sorry, if it smells that bad in the opening then I''m not waiting for the dry down.
By   - from Amarillo, TX on 12/1/2012
I purchased a sample because it sounded intriguing and I like tuberose when it''s done right. This is just too leather jacket for me, too animal. The dry down reminded me of motor oil. I have never before had the word "uncomfortable" pop into my head when trying a scent.
By   - from CA on 1/6/2012
Terrific combination of creamy tuberose and very animalic leather, with peppery and earthy edges. This is one of the more unique takes on a tuberose fragrance - it''s not a straight up floral, the floral notes here complement nicely the skanky, smoky leather hiding underneath. Simply put, it''s one incredibly sexy fragrance. Worth a try!
By   - from NYC on 3/8/2011
This is definitely a different scent. I have had a sample of this for a while and hesitated to try it since it had tuberose. A scent I enjoy in it natural source but normally not in a fragrance. Vierges et Toreros opens up strongly with the pepper accords. I get hints of ylang ylang mixed with the cardomom & nutmet. You begin to think the tuberose get lost with the base notes (leather, patchouli and vetiver). As the fragrance begins to dry down and disappear, hints of tuberose awaken. Being of Spanish decent, I admired Toreros (Bull Fighters) and wished as a kid to be one (until I saw one gored). I enjoyed watching the beauty of the dance between the bull and the torero. Always remembering how the torero respected the bull. Like a bull this fragrance must be appreciated and approach it carefully. It is a masterpiece in how ELdO is able to put tuberose into a masculine scent.
By   - from San Francisco on 7/31/2009
I actually like smelling like a street bum that fell asleep in a warm pew.
By   - artist from rehoboth beach on 6/20/2009
Ghastly. I can believe that some punk, bad-boy perfumer (francais, bien sur) figured this was a clever concept, but how did this scent make it to market?? As soon as the alcohol-hot rising notes evaporated I was left with a "virginal" (as in BVM) vetiver-like incense and the aged, oxidized stink of the toreador’s sebum and sweaty horse-saddle. Yeah, I want to smell like a street bum who wandered into high mass to sleep in a warm pew.
By   - Words, music & software from near SF on 6/12/2009
Very pretty, however, and public friendly. At the end, the Virgins win over the bullfighters--a beautiful sweet fragrance. I expected something a little edgier.
By   - ret from cols on 5/15/2009
Vierges et Toreros is a more tender take on leather: supple, curvaceous, with a bright orange top and the sweet heart of an animal. It''s what skin should smelllike: warm and naked. And yet it has that distinctive Etat Libre d''Orange signature: it''s proud of its ravenous underbelly.
By   - poet from Beirut on 5/14/2009
Vierges et Toreros is a more tender take on leather: supple, curvaceous, with a bright orange top and the sweet heart of an animal. It''s what skin should smell like: warm and naked. And yet it has that distinctive Etat Libre d''Orange signature: it''s proud of its ravenous underbelly.
By   - poet from Beirut on 5/14/2009
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