Sultan Vetiver

Extrait de Parfum

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A. Maz. Ing. Amazing vetiver fragrance! Take the below negative reviews with a grain of salt. Rubbing alcohol? WHAT? lol. This is a perfume for vetiver lovers. Vetiver is my favorite singular note and this stuff is AMAZING. And excellent performance as well. It's not a vetiver 'soliflore', it's more of a vetiver + honey + carrots smell. Yes, the vetiver (or a combination) gives off a kind of carrot smell. I understand this being polarizing and definitely not everyone's cup of tea - but if you love honeyed fragrances and love vetiver, DEFINITELY check this one out. Absolutely one of the best ever vetiver frags I've ever had or tried. Sublime.
By   - Office from San Antonio on 11/29/2020
I realize that everyone's taste is different, but this did not appeal to me. The primary note that I can smell is rubbing alcohol. I hoped it would dry down to a nice scent but the alcohol overpowers what faint scent is left a few hours later.
By   - Flubber from Raleigh on 4/23/2019
On trying Africa-Olifant, I thought I would try other Nishane frags to see if the magic could continue. I seem to only like Guerlain's vetiver scents, and any others tend to smell dirty and unpleasant. I definitely did not like this scent. The whole time that I wore it, I kept trying to figure out what I was smelling. Unfortunately, Sultan Vetiver just smells dirty and weird- not so bad that I would wash it off, but bad enough to wish it would go away. My advice is to try Africa-Olifant and Suede et Safran. Those two are the best from this range so far.
By   - disabled from mount aukum on 10/9/2018
My notes on this one say “salmiak green,” followed by “SALMIAK GREEN!!!” -- and your reaction to the prospect of salty licorice is a good measure of how you’ll handle this woody, creamy, vegetal, absolutely gorgeous scent. Your destination is a rich leather/amber with vetiver’s green astringency, but the journey is epic, with pronounced salt inflections and a grassy green heart that doesn’t say “lawn” so much as “all the land you see belongs to me.” A bit intimidating; deploy wisely and with confidence.
By   - editor from Seattle on 8/4/2017
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