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Fusion Sacree - Obscur

Eau de Parfum

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What I get is a sweet, caramel amber and I LOVE IT. Bottle worthy
By   - Warden of the North from WinterFell on 10/21/2020
This scent is awesome. I'm a repeated customer. Will come back!
By   - Sales manager from Westminster, CA on 10/25/2019
Wow....I have never been frightened by a fragrance before....until now! It's a bit like riding a rollercoaster. Initial blast of rum and spice that builds up and morphs into something ancient yet modern and abstract. The fragrance actually wears YOU for the first hour and then settles down for a while. But just when you think its safe to go back into the water this concoction bears its wonderful teeth again. What an experience! Wonderful and thrilling!
By   - OB/GYN from Georgia on 7/27/2017
I can't say enough good things about the magnificent opening of "sweet citrus" with a dollop of luscious caramel topped with a shot of rum that settles down eventually to Vanilla and smoky sandalwood and amber! Man I wear this fragrance very rarely because I don't want to run out of it even though it's not super expensive I just cherish this amazing scent so much. If you dig the notes this is a blind buy must have. I guarantee that you'll love it on first sniff!
By   - Provisioning Engineer from Philadelphia on 12/4/2015
Initially a crisp white floral lily bulb over powdery exotics feels like a nonchalant stroll through Prague with a lilac-colored parapluie, and it first seems assertive but balanced. But at dry down it becomes super ripe, round, overwhelming and smelly with a brassy, rotting hyacinth stank. So overpowering, there's no hope of it melding with one's own scent. No.
By   - from Portland on 1/24/2015
Start this journey with an opening of a sweet shot of cask soaked rum. As it intoxicates you (indeed it will), you'll find yourself trapped in a world tangling in the thick of ecstasy, anywhere at any given moment with any of the notes. Sometimes more than one ;) The coffee, cedar and sandalwood seem to unpredictably loosen the lid on this air tight fantasy to send the occasional dusty reminder that reality is just around the corner, but as quick as that happens the journey is renewed and you are once again enveloped and led roam this sacred territory. It is a different experience every time which always ends in great satisfaction. Truly one of a kind.
By  on 1/21/2015
I do not understand the "hype" here...Although the opening is magical with spice, booze, and a concoction of monstrous notes hitting you from every angle, the dry down is awful for me, and reminds me of grape bubble gum. I do not like to wear fragrances that smell like food items. The longevity is good, the opening is good, the dry down is like a bath and body fragrance for women.
By   - Cop from Niagara Falls on 9/18/2013
This one is a chameleon. On me it is all sweet, caramel amber. On my husband it has a vintage powdery funk. How do you rate something like that?
By   - from St. Louis on 8/24/2013
This opens spicy and you get a whiff of the booze and clove. It then becomes yummy with the caramel ,butterscotch and vanilla. It settles down into a musky powdery vanilla with a touch of caramel. The powder is not the old lady type. All stages are wonderful and could not smelling myself to see what would happen next. Might have to get the big bottle;)
By  on 7/27/2013
Just got my new batch of samples and am covered in different scents. After several lackluster try's I get a wham with this beautiful fragrance. My first thought was Please let this be affordable! And dang if it is. Really don't find this fragrance masculine at all-wears like a fairy tale to me. I take that comment back I would jump a man that smells this good;) will update about sillage later. You just gotta try a sample. Such a lovely scent beautifully blended.
By   - from Chattanooga on 7/27/2013
For me, this is a gourmand for anyone who hates the sweet smell of most gourmands. The coffee and beautiful clove notes bring the sugar and the booze down quite a bit. Absolutely full bottle worthy. It's got a classic Duchaufour architecture in the journey that it will take you on.
By   - from Lafayette, LA on 3/4/2013
this is one of the nicest booziest fragrances I have ever smelt. I am going to buy a bottle and it is going to be my new signature scent. Sillage and longevity are amazing!
By   - from perth,australia on 3/1/2013
To my nose, this is a darker, more masculine version of Trayee. Nice.
By   - Musician from Pensacola on 2/22/2013
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