Tuesday, June 9, 2009

One Sentence Perfume Review: The Unicorn Spell, LesNez Parfums d'Auteurs

It's not widely known, but Jolie Madame has a younger sister who was raised by wolves.

Notes per The Perfumed Court: green notes, violet, berries, delicate woods

Chastity with the Unicorn, Francesco di Giorgio Martini, 1463. Image from Web Gallery of Art.


chayaruchama said...

Ah, but WHAT wolves !

Such green-bean-y, astringent violets....

BitterGrace said...

Oh, yes, very gifted wolves. I love the stuff.

Alyssa said...

Hooray! I'm so glad you liked it and so happy to read this review. It makes me want to have another go at Jolie Madame, which does NOT love me. It smells like cough syrup spilled on cowhide.

Sorry about the late comment--I've been out of town for three long weeks.

BitterGrace said...

Actually, "cough syrup spilled on cowhide" seems like a pretty good description of JM--but I still love it.

I really need to give LMPTL another test. I liked it, but I was guilty of distracted sniffing.