II (Deux)

Eau de Parfum


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I got this as a sample in my fragrance fitting and it's the best thing ever. If you love green scents that are wearable and natural smelling yet femme enough to feel "pretty" in, this is for you. I can't tell you how much I love it.
By   - writer from Cambridge, MA on 11/11/2020
This one is so interesting on me (if I do say so myself!). Starts out smelling like damp woods then warms up, like someone lit a fire. What a treat.
By   - Business from Boston on 11/10/2020
My experience with this was a bit different from other reviewers…. I do not get that tomato leaf/fig note like in Debaser/the description. The first few minutes are damp woods, like a soaking pile of firewood and hiking the appalachian trail in the rain. After a while it dries and starts to warm. Really smells like you found a lean-to and lit a fire to keep warm.
By   - Business from Boston on 10/28/2020
I could imagine spending my life chasing the opening notes of this. It's so perfectly green without being a gagging chypre. Truly a snapped branch. It quickly dissolves into something much more floral. Luckily it's gorgeous and on my skin becomes the best kind of sweet. Not cloying at all, just pure spring flowers with a hint of rain. 100 percent worth a full bottle for me.
By   - Gardener/DJ from Salt Lake City on 7/21/2020
A green and earthy scent.... Literally smells like green grass in a meadow. It is fresh and green! Sooo good!
By   - Project Manager from Los Angeles on 2/8/2019
Green, fresh, juicy, a little fruity. I do detect something figgy in it-but juicy fig, rather than a dry kind ala Philosykos. Maybe reminds me a little of DS&Durga Debaser, which is also a juicy, wet green fig. I like it and think it’s well done. I’m just not particularly drawn to that genre generally except maybe an infrequent craving when it’s hot out, so it’s probably my least favorite of the collection.
By   - Sniffologist  from NYC on 12/28/2017
Not for me....but it's very green, very reminiscent of freshly cut branches, herbs and such. I would mix it with a floral in my cache of fragrances and see what happens to that mixture. All alone it's more masculine (and I love most men's fragrances ...but) so I'd give it to my husband.
By   - Healthcare Sales from San Diego on 11/16/2017
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