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Angéliques sous la Pluie by Editions de Parfums Frédéric Malle

Angéliques sous la Pluie by Editions de Parfums Frédéric Malle
Gender: Unisex
Release date: 2000

Key Notes of Angéliques sous la Pluie

What Does Angéliques sous la Pluie Smell Like

Angéliques sous la Pluie opens with a lively, crisp aroma that's immediately recognizable as the marriage of bergamot and juniper berry. This initial profile is playful and bright with a distinct peppery undertone, thanks to a subtle hint of pink pepper. It's a stimulating introduction that quickly clears the way to the heart of the perfume.

In the middle, angelica takes center stage with its distinct green, somewhat herbaceous scent, creating a contrast with the initial freshness. This floral note is strong, but not overpowering, and it lends a layer of complexity to the perfume's overall character.

The dry down leads us into a more mellow phase. White musk provides a gentle, warm foundation that's clean and comforting, while cedarwood imparts a woody undertone, grounding the scent and adding a touch of earthiness.

Overall, Angéliques sous la Pluie transitions seamlessly from fresh and zesty to green and floral, finally settling into a warm, woody base. It's a fragrance journey that manages to be both vibrant and serene, fresh and warm, playful and mature. Its scent profile is a testament to the art of blending contrasting notes into a cohesive, pleasing whole.

Review of Angéliques sous la Pluie

Angéliques sous la Pluie by Editions de Parfums Frédéric Malle is a unisex fragrance that leans slightly more towards the masculine side. With a formulation that's a blend of fresh and spicy, it captures the essence of a dewy spring morning. The perfume opens with an invigorating freshness, followed by a hint of spice that adds a surprising twist. As it evolves, the scent turns green and woody, painting a vivid image of a verdant forest after a rain shower.

However, the fragrance's longevity and sillage leave a bit to be desired, not incredibly lasting or assertive. It's most suitable for casual or everyday wear, particularly in the warmer spring and summer months. However, it still holds its own during autumn, evoking images of fallen leaves and damp earth. It's less ideal for winter or formal evening events. In terms of value, it's a modest investment, offering a solid, though not phenomenal, return on your expenditure. Overall, this perfume paints a beautiful, rainy-day picture but may require regular reapplications.

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