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Adult chat like achat
There is heavy emphasis on the orange note and the underlying salt adds a sweet softness. Grapefruit, bergamot, francincense, geranium, rose, patchouli, fruit and an added kick of sandalwood. I love the bottle, because it suggests a sweet, balsamic and woody parfum with strong personality, but it doesn't fit to the parfum I smell on my skin.A very interesting evaporation process on me what I've never had before but there is too much contrast between the different phases for me.
It’s not noir in the modern sense of perfume advertising, it’s French noir.In the opening is balsamic then sweet rosy yet spicy is quickly appear.From top to the bottom are grapefruit, roses, patchouli and bean. In past 4 years, it is very potent, rich and strong perfume but now a day, it is really modern, I can say, it is sexy and sensual, by the way, I love it very much I can't wait to try Coco Mademoiselle Intense, soon It took me while to appreciate this one. Actually I can describe Noir as a cheerful fragrance but not playful, bubbly or candy like. The bottle is very very chic but doesn't reflect the character of this perfume.Coco Noir was created by Jacques Polge and Christopher Sheldrake.Coco Noir is a deep, dark, dirty patchouli, which is at the same time quite clean and fresh!Coco Noir is the smell of inward confidence, of self assurance and actualization.
Determined, headstrong, demanding, yet somehow still demure and sensitive.
It brings to mind a night stroll by the Seine, in November, a quiet chilly late Fall weekday. To the last two reviewers who have longevity issues: in my opinion Coco Noir smells extremely similar to Chance by Chanel but Chance lasts longer.
When nothing huge happens but you are in Paris, and that’s enough. So when you attach the "Noir" to the Coco Chanel name I'm expecting a fragrance that is darker, richer and deeper, as is suggestive of the name. I would have enjoyed a dark spicey rose, patchouli gourmand type of fragrance, sadly this is more of a gray shadow, a lighter version of Coco. This fragrance is a shadow to Coco rather than noir, should have named it Coco Ombre. The initial spray is different but the dry down is pretty close.
If anyone has the chance to smell the body lotion, please do - the lotion, not the cream. I have been known in the past to change my opinion on these grand-dames of fragrance, but I have given CN several chances and have come to the same conclusion each time. Strangely the fresh citrus top notes come after a couple of hours and quite intensively.
It is divine and pure luxury and smells like what Coco Noir should smell like. The balsamic sweet base is strongly present on me at the end of the day.
I get mostly vanilla and citrus from Noir which to me is very elegant but not distinctive among other Chanel perfumes.