Hanamizake (Cherry Blossom Sake)

Eau de Parfum

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It is as described, it's Cherry Blossom, Raspberry, and Sake with some light musky notes dancing in the background. It does lean slightly feminine, but nonetheless it's enjoyable to wear. It's more appropriate for the warmer weather. It's beautifully crafted and delicate, so do not expect huge silage and projection. It's noticeable, but not overwhelming. Be prepared to reapply once or even twice a day as it does not last more than 3 or 4 hours. Nevertheless, I still feel it's full bottle purchase worthy and beautiful.
By   - Sales  from Germantown on 6/12/2021
Straight up cherry blossom and raspberry. Very distant apple and musk. It is a beautiful fragrance for a young lady.
By   - Tech Executive from Seattle on 1/1/2021
Breezy and boozy with a mix of sun ripened orchard fruit still on the branch with a hint of cherry blossom threading it all together. It's not cloying, not at all candy or juvenile, yet the scent is bright, airy, and sumptuous. Carrying with it a casual elegance that makes it ideal for daily use. One of the better fruity fragrances available that is NOT gourmand nor cloying. For those who'd like to try a bolder, louder, but refined version of this scent, try Hummingbird by Zooligist. I have both and love 'em equally.
By   - Office Manager from Los Angeles on 10/2/2020
Cherry candy at first, but with a sour note. After it settles, you get the other floral notes in play and it's not quite so cherry-cherry-candy-sweet. But it never loses that unusual sour note. Sour as in sake, I gather. I don't normally like sour notes in a scent, but this was actually refreshing. Unusual. Wish it lasted longer, though.
By   - Writer from Spokane on 5/17/2019
This may not be a fair review, as it's based on a scent memory (but I would assume most people have a similar memory). I can only smell cherry flavored cough syrup. Straight up. It may be too boozy? Theoretically boozy cherry blossom sounds nice, but I can't smell anything past cherry cough syrup.
By   - Environmentalist from Washington, D.C. on 3/14/2019
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