Séville à l’aube – a place where you get seduced

With the arrival of The Perfume Lover, there came a little round black bottle containing some of the most potent stuff I ever smelled in my personal fragrant history. The juice in that bottle could be called radio-active due to its strentgh, vibrancy and longevity.

Now my little black bottle is empty (and I’ve read the book), I believe I got to know it well enough to end up seduced by it. 🙂

The book also helped me identify more of the notes and smell the warmth of the drydown which I had problems with in the beginning getting pounced upon by orange blossom and petitgrain. It took me several tries to delve deeper than these notes.
I also think it has something to do with my skin as when I smell the bottle, I have no problem finding incense in there and the warm, full, sweet and rich, slightly ambery, base.

Just reading a review of what this perfume smells like will not prepare you in the slightest for what is to come. Plus, what is coming will last and last and you will have quite a ride before you reach the end.

For me it was a slow seduction, first I got to know the ebullient flowers, then I slowly delved through their depth to find incense coming through with occasional glimpses of metallic saltyness (which I’m guessing was the part meant to evoke blood), only to end up warmly enveloped in the still flowery cocoon of sunrise (possibly a bit drunk when I consider the lingering wafts of my little bottle).

Ok, I just took a look back onto my words and it seems I got more influenced by the book than I thought. 😉

The perfume is coming out soon so you can get ready for being seduced by it.

Notes: petitgrain, petitgrain citronnier, orange blossom absolute, beeswax absolute, incense resinoid, Luisieri lavender absolute and Siam benzoin resinoid.

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4 thoughts on “Séville à l’aube – a place where you get seduced

  1. anotherperfumeblog.com May 31, 2012 at 05:48 Reply

    This is quite an enticing review, Ines! I am still looking forward to smelling Seville a l'aube. Thanks for posting.

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  2. Undina June 2, 2012 at 07:22 Reply

    What a cute bottle! :)Sorry, I'm not reading any reviews for this perfume until I get to try it. But after that I'll go and read them all!

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  3. Ines June 4, 2012 at 09:48 Reply

    Thank you. :)You know, it really is an enticing perfume.

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  4. Ines June 4, 2012 at 09:49 Reply

    Undina, I do that too! :)If I know I'll be trying a certain perfume, I always wait with reading reviews so my opinion wouldn't be influenced in any way.

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