Fueguia 1833


Eau de Parfum

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Jacaranda has a varnished woods presence, like D.S. & Durga's Bowmakers, but also different. Where Bowmakers smells of violins, cellos and the like, Jacaranda has a sweet note that changes the presentation from Bowmakers. Jacaranda also changes during the wear. I found that I was picking up a more coniferous note in the base notes, which thrilled me, as I absolutely love coniferous notes done right. Overall, a definite woodiness with varnish like attributes, and a coniferous "finish" that had me smiling. I'll have some eventually.
By   - Business from S.F. on 3/17/2018
Love the mahogany and rosewood with just a hint of the natural sweetness of the wood. I love seeing the jacarandas blossom here in San Diego so this is a sentimental thing for me, plus I am a big fan of woody fragrances in general. I find Arso different and sweeter, closer to Le Message Oublié. Jacaranda is a perfect scent for California.
By   - Retired from San Diego on 10/30/2017
This is a very dark, sticky, warm woody fragrance. I feel like with Fueguia you can smell all the notes in the fragrance. Jacaranda starts off very strong with a large blast of Spruce and Pine, then mellows out to a dark smokey wood with some sharp piney spice. The mahogany really sets the backbone of the fragrance lending a dark and smokey tone. It's definitely a nighttime fragrance and wears reasonably close to the skin. I live in Florida and I don't think I can pull this one off. It's nice, but a bit too lumberjack for me. Reminds me a little bit of Slumberhouse Norne and Profumum Arso, but a darker version.
By   - Education from Fort Lauderdale on 10/4/2017
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