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It is one of the most bewitching oriental fragrances. Oakmoss gives fragrances such a soft and lush forest earthiness. I had sampled it before in the store and HAD to go back on saturday and get it, because I kept thinking about it for weeks.
This exoctic bouquet starts with Bulgarian rose blackcurrant buds. The green galbanum blends wonderfully with the oakmoss, the honey provides warmth and a touch of sweetness, and spices linger in the background. I love its 80's vibe, I love how it's so different from the modern best sellers.
I had to go to a far away cemetery to visit the graves of some relatives. Having said flirted, I mean that though I find it intriguing, I dont love it. I can understand how some would love this, and one of the great things about it is tjat it is not like the other mass sugar, fruit bombs out everywhere now. I am posting a separate review because I have done a complete 360 degree turn on this...somehow Magie Noire has cast a spell and entranced me. And if it smells anywhere close to the original i think i will get my mom a small bottle as a gift :) @RB2002 the reformulation is someting else.
So it was a cold, dark day, the occasion was a quiet, melancholic one and I thought, ok... But man, that car smell mixed with this perfume made my stomach even more sensitive. I have been flirting with this fragrance since the early 80's. It does have intetesting elements, but somehow I feel that after a while it gets on my nerves, like I am wearing someone elses clothes. I am having trouble choosing another fragrance over this one, I love its woody, musky dark nature...completely captivating. Not a bad scent, different from the candy/sirupy disaster mass nowadays, or the suffocating plethora of oud.
Rose, a realistic oakmoss, bracing galbanum, a golden touch (it smells a little like warm hay, which is how patchouli reads on me), and a little honey to lighten everything.
In Magie Noire: galbanum, honey, oakmoss and rose comprise its core.
An icy blast of resin combined with the sweet warmth of honey, vanilla and amber gives the impression of an oriental as it references Diva, with its rich and treacly honeyed and dirtied rose. I own the reformulated new version of it and it is so warm, intoxicating, haunting and majestic. I really fear that I've ruined this fragrance for myself.
To my nose, a chocolatey nuance is somewhat diffused by the combination of ingredients (amber and vanilla) but Magie Noire does not present its hors d'oeuvre as others do, it serves the citruses last and opens with its base and core. Because as Magie Noire dries down, a very bitter, disturbing citrus and vegetal dirt overcasts the potpourri and incense accord of which chypres all have: like fire burning amongst immortal roses. It belongs to the top of the classical fragrances along with Paloma Picasso / Chanel No.5 / Youth dew and Climate. Like I'll never be able to wear it again and it's all my fault. I still sometimes get sick in cars if the trip is too long.
Mind you I was still a novice with fragrances and couldnt fully understand the beauty and depth of this fragrance,until now.
I had purchased a small bottle of this on ebay,the batch code is from 1998.