Xerjoff 1861 Renaissance Perfume Review and Score

by Therapeutic Fragrance

SCORE: 69

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Who? I See Wearing the Fragrance

Mature Lifeguard

Where? I Use the Fragrance

When? The Season I Use the Fragrance

Ten Months skip December and January

What? Occasions or Events I Use Fragrance

Perfumer:

#1861renaissance

Price Per Millileter

220 100ML

Perfume Classification

Eau De Parfum

How? I Apply the Fragrance

3 - 5

A full on citrus punch opens up the fragrance. A classic citrus combo that is really not anything unique, but provides a standard opening. Would like to figure out the first lime bergamon mandarin combo to always give it credit here. This is where Petitgrain is perfect over the pricier Neroli. It doesn’t honey the flowers, but leaves to me a crisp metallic finish. Thank goodness no powders are added here. Mint provides a perfect backdrop for said ingredients to star. A transition into a swett woody musk finishes this pleasing wearing off. WITH Patchouli, Amber and Musk mentioned there is probably a high percentage that my wrist provided a pop up for a lush store. Yeah it’s happening a little suds forming nothing I can’t handle.
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Bottle Presentation

Company:Xerjoff
Fragrance Family:Citrus
Classification:Eau De Parfum
Pricing:$2.20/fluid ml
Country:Italy
Year:2015
Sex:Unisex
Hashtag:#1861renaissance

Therapeutic Fragrance Score Chart

1861 Renaissance

Addictiveness
& O.G. Factors
10/15
Projection & Sillage 4/5
Longevity 3/5
Composition 21/25
Ingredients
& Price per ML
15/25

FRAGRANCE

TOP: 10/10
HEART: 3/5
BASE: 3/10

SCORE: 69

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4 comments

    1. I am a sucker for tobacco and vanilla. Done without tom fords base and leans more oriental with the Xerjoff flare. It's a decent tobacco and vanilla fragrance I wish I would of known about before I bought Herod.

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