Fan Your Flames

Extrait de Parfum

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After so many fails I have to admit defeat when it comes to any scent that has cedar in it. It just takes over entirely every single time. This one was blessedly mild and warmer than most but still just....cedar, followed by cedar, with a sprinkling of tobacco, topped with shavings of cedar.
By   - Gardener from Surrey on 5/15/2021
Nishane is IMHO a top 3 niche house as far as I tried (still counting...), and this fragrance doesn't disappoint at all. Stars boozy with a delightful coconut scent (for me better than Virgin Island), developing to a warm, cozy state (probably the tonka+tobacco mix) that lingers for hours and evolves in a creamy-woody accord that rounds things up. Delish 5/5
By   - M.D. from Santiago on 2/3/2021
It certainly smells like a and dirty. Not my cup of tea.
By   - Healthcare  from Madison on 1/9/2020
Nishane produces rich and long lasting fragrances. This is a great smoky, sweet coconut fragrance. Very much suited for a mysterious man. Very well blended. A must for all fragrance lovers. I think this one is more suited for men.... One of a kind. I will wear this a lot this fall and winter. Not a summer fragrance.
By   - Artist. from Vancouver. on 9/21/2019
This was a very unique scent to start with. I was not a fan of it. It was a coconut smell with a spice that the makers behind it, couldn't seem to get right or pair well. I was a bit shocked but all in all, not for me.
By   - Chief Role from Minneapolis on 4/23/2019
An absolutely bonkers collaboration by notes that build something far more than the sum of their parts -- a smoky fougere with DS & Durga-level specificity. The least cloying coconut in history kicks things off and then recedes to let tobacco, a jute-like hay, and a brandy-soaked tarry leather step up. The sweet-dry tobacco blazes and burns, leaving a rich lingering smoke in the thick moss at the base. This fragrance owns multiple bespoke suits and the top three floors of a very prestigious office building, and its personal shoppers are familiar with brands you’ve never even heard of. Spectacular.
By   - editor from Seattle on 8/15/2017
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