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I was inclined to blame this on my chemistry but I also sprayed it on the paper with same results. Its same as Terre d'Hermes-it has raving reviews and to me it smells revolting(my spouse didn't care for it either).Clearly Hermes and I are not destined to be friends Not my thing, found it rather simple in comparison to eau des merveilles.. By no mean this water is bad, it is just forgettable, smelt so familiar. and I fell in love with this the first time I smelled it. I personally love the smell of pastries, donuts, etc.My tastes have changed, and this turned out to be way too powdery and heavy for my liking. The beginning and again 5 hours later, is quite lovely. A nice little flanker to the wonderful Eau des Merveilles.There is something in the middle stage that doesn't sit right. Reminds me of all the generic and predictable amber/patchouli's out there but this is well done (of course, it's Hermes).Lean toward feminine, while the predecessor is more unisex. Like the most expensive and luxurious rootbeer you could buy-a rootbeer that Martha Stewart has made from her own proprietary blend of spices and roots, with the richest butteriest vanilla. To me, I don't like super silage on an amber-it seems against it's nature to me.

this is a long lasting scent with medium sillage-in otherwords-perfection. Bath and body works makes much better varities of this kind of fragrance at more than half less the price tag. Not that exciting to start with but because I am a very warm person, the amber and vanilla shimmer for me.

it is pretty linear, and is a bit too foody for my tastes but at the same time, i can see occasionally reaching for this when i need a warm, comforting scent. i wish there was just a little bit more vanilla in it. i might give it a try again and see if i get anything diferent from it this time.

i tried it a few months ago after reading all the reviews about its sensuality and warmth, mistery.. I sprayed this on my arm when I passed by the Hermes counter today, and oh, it has really developed into a warm and cozy amber.

I always think of amber as "warm" but there was not anything "warm" to my nose.

On my wrist it was dusty like library books and resembled cheap men's cologne.

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