Frederic Malle Carnal Flower: When Mint Wins Over Pooh

Carnal Flower By Dominique Ropion Review

Tuberose has a bad reputation in perfumes (and for a reason) as one of the most potentially evil of white flowers. But this Carnal Flower Malle is different. On the skin this  starts immediately with a balsamic minty greenness, which tames the power of the florals density. This balsamic side is a peculiar, quite unexpected counterpart to the floralcy of tuberose, and it’s almost harsh on the throat.   The blotter is way richer. Whereas on the skin there are […] Read more »

Frederic Malle Une Fleur De Cassie Perfume For Women

Don’t be fooled by the gentle look of mimosa, the main note of this Une Fleur de Cassie by Frederic Malle: this perfume can be very gentle if you decide to oversee some of its qualities, but hard to appreciate if you stop to smell it for real.   Of course it will still be floral and it will be – or at least try to be – delicate. If it’s slow enough when it evolves on the skin, you […] Read more »