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It definitely isn't a sweet, crowd-pleasing fruitchouli but it isn't horrible either..I can't imagine someone would be offended by this unless they're offended by how anything green must smell. AE is sour (champaign) and bitter (rather than smokey), herbal, loaded with chamomile, chrysanthemum, patchouli and old times in the countryside.I guess I can wear this whenever I want to recall the peaceful feeling of that hike :) this is truly an outdoorsy scent, it just smells like nature.Wet soil, thriving green plants, blooming flowers, misty air. As a side note I don't really understand all the drama about this fragrance!I also bought the Milton Lloyd dupe Grasse Experience, which has a horrible opening (not very aroma-therapeutic) and then dries down most similar to the eau de toilette.Both de EDT and the dupe have an unpleasant underlying note, while the perfume/parfum spray stays bright, golden and dries down to that beautiful herbal and powdery soapiness that lasts for days on your clothes.I've tried it on tester strips, on my scarf, and on my wrists and elbows. After about ten minutes I sniffed my hand and thought “actually that’s not so bad.
I blind bought this after reading hundreds of raving reviews. I instantly regretted it - I thought it was horrible, dry and bitter. I had no way of removing the horrid smell straight away, so I just carried on with my day.
The perfume/parfum spray on the other hand is deep and rich, very golden.
Like walking around in an ancient forest with golden sunlight shining through the leaves – a true Medieval elixir.
I suppose overspraying this one could be bad, I used one spray and that was enough but not overwhelming. It is beautiful; an atmosphere, a statement, an elevation from the ordinary. Pure earthiness that intimidates, yet doesn't fully frighten. All you can smell and hear are the trees and plants in the wind and maybe the little stream next to your old wooden house.
I can definitely detect it on myself but I don't think I'm gassing anyone out in close quarters with it :) Around 2007 when AE was reintroduced, a wild eyed Clinique sales assistant thrust a 15 ml bottle into my hands, saying TAKE IT, TAKE IT. Aromatics Elixir is not exactly department store friendly. It would never be made today, although Thierry Mugler has my admiration, if not my love, for going against trend and releasing other crowd displeasing fragrances, but I digress... Home by myself, no one to offend, HAZMAT suit at the ready, loins girded (not quite sure where my loins are, nor how girding is achieved, so I did a few quick pelvic floor excercises in the hope that if I wasn't protected from AE, at least I was immune from any coughing embarrassments). I took the sage advice of those of you who adore AE, so I mixed it with a benign body cream and sprayed judiciously on one arm. Because this is definitely straight from the earth. Washing your hands with ivory soap in a bucket of water outside a stable, from which the clean smell of horse and hay mingles with freshly sweated skin. I think one has to grow up into this lovely elixir, and I just did.