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Ummagumma

Eau de Parfum

Femme
  Unisex
Masc
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Reviews
Here's what other people are saying about Ummagumma...
Yep, I'm on board. This is worth every star! I loved this fragrance. Just buy it already; it's that good. I would echo the detailed scent descriptions but I won't do it justice. I wore this in today and every woman (and one brave gentleman) stopped me to inquire. I'm bringing it into work to show everyone, and it'll be the same for you, guaranteed.
By   - Analyst from Chantilly on 8/20/2021
UMMAGAWD I LOVE THIS. Wow. Other reviewers have said "incense + chocolate" YUP! And nutmeg, and cinnamon...and sage? This is dry and herbal like that and also warm. It's a melange of notes that doesn't seem like it should work but exalts each note in its contrast. Due to the reviews I tried this on a whim and it is now on my "next bottle" list. Bonus points: This is the only cedar I have ever been able to wear without it instantly turning on my skin into a metallic headache.
By   - Bookseller/Marketing from Los Angeles, CA on 1/19/2021
Church Incense + Chocolate WOW...
By   - Warden of the North from WinterFell on 11/20/2020
A very potent incense. Other reviewers mention the chocolate--it's there, but subtle and accorded nicely; and balanced with a sort of green/spicy scent, like a fresh hot pepper. Underneath is a burning animalic--again, subtle and nicely accorded, instead of smelling straight like butt (like some animalics do). But all this is folded into the center of a very rich incense. 5 stars on the accord, alone. This is a bit of an extreme fragrance, though--I'm not sure where would be appropriate to wear it. Maybe a ritual in the woods and/or subterranean temple. It certainly commands that sort of eyes-rolling-back ecstasy in it's character.
By   - Instructor from Akron on 10/27/2020
I've owned this bottle for about a year and a half, and have worn it several dozen times. This is a beautiful versatile perfume that I wear generally in the fall and the winter. It is warm, calming, and spicy. Fairly linear in its approach with an immediate hit of chocolate, leather, vanilla, and spice. I find this to great evening night out, and I generally wear it fairly casually. If you've smelled Slumberhouse Ore, its a less muddy, smoother version, which I like a lot.
By   - Nurse from Greenfield, MA on 12/10/2019
I've owned this bottle for about a year and a half, and have worn it several dozen times. This is a beautiful versatile perfume that I wear generally in the fall and the winter. It is warm, calming, and spicy. Fairly linear in its approach with an immediate hit of chocolate, leather, vanilla, and spice. I find this to great evening night out, and I generally wear it fairly casually. If you've smelled Slumberhouse Ore, its a less muddy, smoother version, which I like a lot.
By   - Nurse from Greenfield, MA on 12/10/2019
A really nice smelling scent, but at the same time way to chemy for me. I assume this has a lot of ISO E Super in it because of the overtly nuclear value. Also, great name (maybe a reference to Pink Floyd) so love that too - but recently I've been looking for scents that are more natural so I will keep looking!
By   - Technology Specialist from San Francisco on 3/15/2019
Delicious, comforting, yet energizing. I walk around in a chocolate, cinnamon, powdwer haze all day that draws people in. For whatever reason, it amplifies everything positive around me, including my mood. Every day I wear this is a very good day.
By   - Student from Nashville on 12/22/2018
Expensive, smoky chocolate. Warm and intoxicating. Definitely unique but also strangely familiar.
By   - artist from portland, or on 1/16/2018
Cocoa - cinnamon - frankincense.
By   - writer from saratoga springs ny on 1/9/2018
Ummagumma is a smoky, elegant fragrance with lasting sillage! It's a perfect cold weather fragrance that goes with hygge-inspired coziness on a cool cloudy night.
By   - Paralegal from Los Angeles on 1/5/2018
So dense it's hard to believe it comes in liquid form, Ummagumma unfolds like a cat at the end of a good nap. It's a gourmand in the sense that chocolate -- a beautiful dark chocolate -- is center-stage here, in balance with a wonderful accord of roasted tobacco and warm leather, but it's not really about the act of *eating* chocolate (or smoking tobacco) so much as a portrait of the person who finds life better-rounded with such things in it. 'Deliciousness' isn't the effect so much as 'dolce' -- la vita dolce. A true beauty.
By   - editor from Seattle on 1/3/2018
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