Drowning In Citron Wood

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Hybrid: Our versions of Ani by Nishane & Cedrat Boise by Mancera

Mancera and Montale fragrances are some of the longest lasting in the business. This is due to the eastern-inspired ingredients as well as the high concentrations. All of the aforementioned applies to Cedrat Boise, which is a 2011 release from Mancera. While many lay the claim that this perfume takes inspiration from Aventus by Creed, there’s no denying that the perfume bears its own personality in many ways. A refreshing opening of Sicilian lemon and fruity notes creates the citric appeal of the fragrance while earthy ingredients like moss and patchouli create the grounding quality that makes this fragrance so great. Since the fragrance has been in such high demand for a long time now, we wanted to combine the best elements of it with another inspiration of ours, which is called Drowning in Vanilla. This is our take on Nishane’s Ani, and it is arguably one of the best vanilla fragrances ever crafted. The olfactory parallel made this hybrid easy to compose as we found a similarity between the vanilla, sandalwood, musk, patchouli, and black currant found in both fragrances. Our hybrid is called Drowning in Citron Wood, and it is a sensual experience that has been exalted to the greatest heights imaginable! The dulcet presence of the vanilla blends with the juicy freshness of our version of Cedrat Boise for an experience that will restore your faith in the fruity chypré genre. Drowning in Citron Wood is the best hybrid if you’re looking for the next romantic powerhouse or a professional scent with a sensual edge!


NOTES: Sicilian Lemon, Black Currant, Turkish Rose, Ginger, Bergamot, Spicy Notes, Fruity Notes, Patchouli Leaf, Pink Pepper, Green Notes, Water Jasmine, Cedar Wood, Cardamom, Leather, Sandalwood, Vanilla, Ambergris, White Musk, Benzoin, Cedar Wood, and Moss.

GENDER: Unisex

CONCENTRATION: Extrait de Parfum

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