Antiquity Areej Le Dore Vintage perfume review and scoreby Therapeutic Fragrance
Don’t wait: Collection Worthy
Who? I See Wearing the Fragrance
Morgan Freeman "the ageless voice"
Where? I Use the Fragrance
When? The Season I Use the Fragrance
What? Occasions or Events I Use Fragrance
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How? I Apply the Fragrance
One to Nine Sprays
Top notes: Peach aldehyde 1930, Bergamot 1940-1950 Heart notes: Carnation 1920-1930, Cambodian oud 1975, Angelica root 1930-1950, Patchouli 1940-1950 Base notes: Cuir de Russie accord 1930-1950, Muskatone 1930-1950, Patchouli 1985 and 2017, Amber resin, Oakmoss
Fragrance Quick StoryI already did a video on this. This instantly gave me vibes of the Guerlain Mitsouko I own from the ‘50s. I didn’t know it was aged citrus I was smelling in Mitsouko until I smelled this composition. I didn’t know aged citrus could smell so good. Any information I received from perfumers was that citruses disappear or go rancid after time, not that they turned into this beautiful true citrus musk. Gradually, they are transformed into powerful base layers that can be smelled through the entire composition. The only one with oud from the collection? Yeah, that makes it a no-brainer for me. Then add to that the powerful rare ingredients all combined in one perfume, and yeah, it is named perfectly. The branding that was carried over from Siberian Musk and Ottoman Empire is perfect for Antiquity.
The stencil work by ...... Muhammed Başdağ @muhammedbasdag on IG.
Fragrance in my opinion compared to Perfume’s Notes“Old fashioned.” You are not going to get away from that as soon as this #daychanger is sprayed. Old-fashioned powder, old-fashioned patina effect on perfume. If it’s not a thing, Russian Adam has just gone ahead and made it a thing. It is dark powder; don’t let that term powder fool you. This is the most advanced powder I have in my collection and where the powder is from, I have no clue. This smells of old antique leather that has been taken care of very well. Think of an old cabin built from hundred-year-old logs, filled with leather furniture from years ago. That is a picture painting to get in the mood to smell this one. Mitsouko is the only thing I have for my imagination to compare this to. So I’m doing my best with the Russian Adam patina in perfume. The aldehyde I’m assuming is creating a rich liquer effect. Like when you age balsamic vinegar and it gets thicker and thicker with more flavor and richness. You just need drops of it, and it fills your mouth with a rich, luxurious flavor that is nothing like vinegar. Now let’s shift over to the smell of these oils. Take each of these notes and imagine that the acidic and the fresh aspects are taken off. They’re not bad, but what is left is the deepest, purest essence of each ingredient. No sharpness to patchouli—just the warm, rich aromas of patchouli. With the carnation and angelica root, the same thing: a unique floral spice that is deep, and nothing else smells like it. We are given a one-of-a-kind composition that is a must to be smelled.
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