Extrait de Parfum

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This was a very different scent and quite frankly was one of the only scents which truly transforms from minute 1 to minute 10. It started with a horrid cigarette smell with apple combined then turning to a crisp apple smell with some smokiness. If you go on a date, maybe wait it out in the residence for a minute or two before being on your way. I am quite impressed with ZOOLOGIST as a whole, but this was good not great.
By   - President from Minnesota on 4/19/2019
Zoologist makes some truly unique fragrances and Panda (2017) is uniquely exceptional. It opens with a blast of delicious crisp apple, musk, tea and earth notes which gives off a slightly sweet smokey vibe . After a few minutes it starts to transform into what I can only describe as a scent kaleidoscope smoothly transitioning from note to note. Sandalwood and vanilla start to mingle in with subtle white florals from the lily and magnolia as the earth notes fade out and mandarin and amber peak in periodically to let you know they're there . Longevity on my skin is legendary, seriously this stuff lasts for ages. You'll smell this on clothes days afterward. This isn't a fragrance, this is an experience and an absolute masterpiece.
By   - Student from Midwest on 2/15/2019
Panda's luscious, sour green apple/lily/mandarin are heavenly, entirely unlike any green I've tried before. It has a sweetness that gives it body, a dreaminess that other greens lack. Patchouli, musk, sandalwood and civet as it drys down are...wow! I love Panda!
By   - Retired counselor from Oregon on 10/5/2018
there has not been one sample from this line i do not adore .. not only that.. but wherever i go someone wants to know where they can get what i wearing. i can only say how amazing this perfumer is.. not ONE i do not adore.
By   - agent from st pete on 9/3/2017
Delightful bamboo-and-citrus -- complex when you pay attention, simply enjoyable when you don't. I found the shiso leaf far more present than the pepper note up top; that made for a subtler-than-expected transition to the fragrance's green heart, which is as lush (and orange-inflected) as you'd expect from the description. Drydown is subtle and relatively long-lasting.
By   - editor from Seattle on 3/7/2017
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