Extrait de Parfum

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Woof, this one has some funk. You do need to let it mellow/mesh with your own chemistry, as noted. After that, honestly, i didn't like it, but it smells like some dank moss in a very very nice and interesting way. 4 stars, since not for my taste doesn't mean not for yours. Give it a sample! sloths!
By   - Business from Boston on 11/9/2020
This one is cool. Interesting from the start (or, agree, a couple minutes in). Animalic, mossy mossy mossy, a little spicy almost medicinal. Worth a sample!
By   - Business from Boston on 10/28/2020
Alright - on the first sniff, I didn't like this. It started off with a strongish damp hay/moss smell, but - and this is key - wait for 2 minutes. If you don't, you will miss out on a treat. Sloth is a mixture of scent "families". It's half florally green and half woody (to me), but it's not like anything I've smelled before. The floral aspects are there, but they have a green tone throughout, which makes them not so floral (for the record, I'm not a floral guy), and for me - makes them actually enjoyable without pushing the scent into more feminine leaning territory. I like it - and I think it would definitely do well in more formal situations, but with the amazing silage of Zoologist, I'd apply lightly in close quarters.
By   - Cloud Guy from Philly Area on 10/5/2020
From the name you expect a slow, thick scent and that’s what you’re getting, but that doesn’t remotely equate to dullness or syrupiness. Instead, this narcotic delight puts you in a loamy green space that’s somehow half fougere, half lowkey spicy florals (the marigold kicks the stuffing out of that jasmine, leaving the chamomile and lavender room to work), and one-quarter incense. Math is hard. Even harder: not sniffing at your wrist all day.
By   - editor from Seattle on 7/4/2020
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