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I am sometimes shocked how theoretically I can love a scent/it's notes but absolutely loathe it on my skin. I do wish I'd payed more attention as the "floral notes" listed are probably the iris and violet the description mentions and they are the two florals that absolutely turn on me. But there's something even more here that is just nauseating, old and stuffy when combined with my chemistry. A real shame since another of Grandiflora's offerings Madagascan Jasmine is one of my favourite florals of all time.
By   - Gardener from Surrey on 3/11/2021
This comes out with such a BANG. It reminds me of Dior's Poison in the beginning. When Poison came out in 1985, the entire city of Paris smelled like it's wine/grape fabulous-ness. Just that initial bang is worth it. I fear I'm a person who brings out the overly sweet in a perfume. Alas, I feel like I'm smothered in melted cubes of cheap caramel after a minute or two.
By   - potter from Philly on 1/23/2019
Boronia falls into the category of "fascinating." Just when I think I've grown tired of it, I catch a faint lingering scent on a shirt collar and think - oh my, I could never get rid of this! I agree with Angela's review completely. For me the scent brings strong memories of late afternoon sunshine on unfinished wood just as summer passes into autumn. I rarely buy the same perfume twice - I prefer to try new things - but I will buy a second bottle of Boronia. It gets under your skin in a wonderful way.
By   - Dreamer from London on 9/5/2018
Good stuff. Reminds me of Coco Mademoiselle with less patchouli. Good lasting power, still delicious on the far drydown.
By   - occupying from Midwest USA on 1/8/2018
I have never been to Australia, but this lovely thing strongly summons memories of other semi-arid farmlands in late summer -- warm healthy skin, the scent of the outside walls of a hayloft when the hay is freshly baled and in, stone-fruit trees in sunshine (I definitely got apricot, but less the fruit than the greener, more tart whole-tree experience), sweet tea. I could live in this fragrance; heck, I think I did once upon a time.
By   - editor from Seattle on 12/18/2017
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