62% would repurchase
on 4/7/2018 4:34:00 PM
More reviews by jgeorgatsos
I adore this fragrance, but my big gripe is that it fades really quickly. For the price this should last a full day.
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on 2/17/2018 9:20:00 PM
More reviews by luckystar718
Obtained a sample at the King of Prussia Sephora. My two takeaways:A. As I anticipated for a citrus-heavy perfume by Jo Malone, this has no staying power.B. For the brief time that it does linger on your skin, it has the smell of mothballs.
on 1/11/2018 12:07:00 AM
More reviews by Daisy100
well...i feel a little rude wearing this since i know many people especially men don't like rose scents,but i just love it. clean and fresh. i especially like wearing it in the snow. don't know why.
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on 12/9/2017 4:38:00 PM
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Well, this was interesting, but not because the fragrance itself, but rather because it is nostalgic for me. I put this on and my first thought after wearing for a bit was "This is fresh and floral but I can't say it reminds me of peonies or suede, though it reminds me of something...." What? My first "fancy" perfume acquired in the early '90s, Sung, by Alfred Sung. . Peony Blush is a white floral, but it has that 80s/90s note of clean/freshness. No musk or mustyness. It is says "hey, I'm floral, but I am not just a fusty old rose or violet from Crabtree & Evelyn." Peonies don't really have one smell. Some are deeply sweet, some have no scent. Most would be hard-pressed to say exactly what a peony smells like besides floral. Se we have here a somewhat generic clean floral scent with a tartness that cuts any possibility of being cloying. Not too sinus jabbingly sharp either. It's a smooth clean. No suede, no other identifiable notes to my nose, though perhaps the almost candy tart sharpness was supposed to be apple. But the nostalgia of this thing came to the fact that it really reminded me exactly of Sung EDP, which I wore for some years. A clean,white floral and expensive smelling to me (at the time). In fact, they both do have rose, jasmine and carnation in common. Anyway, I enjoyed this for the nostalgia, but it really doesn't seem to be a very interesting or innovative scent. Would not buy a FB. It's pleasant, but lacks the sensuality and uniqueness I personally enjoy in a fragrance.
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on 12/7/2017 5:24:00 PM
I was entranced by the description of this being a spicy, sophisticated gourmand scent, with notes of ginger, vanilla, tonka bean, caramel and hazelnut. So entranced that I hastily ordered a FB unsniffed as this is LE and seems to sell out fast everywhere when it does occasionally come out. My enthusiasm quickly dissipated after a few sprays on my sweater though. First I got a waft of bouncy ginger that was pleasant enough if you like ginger, which I am assuming someone who buys Ginger Biscuit does. I say "bouncy" because there was something distinctly fizzy about this, as in it really reminded me of straight-up ginger-ale. That settled down very fast and I got a burnt plastic/synthetic baking note. I didn't like it and took my sweater off, deciding to give it more sniffs tomorrow. Well, the ultimate dry-down is totally indistinguishable from BBW Warm Vanilla Sugar. Maybe it has less silage though. But if you love that, you'll love this. In fact, if you love this and bemoan its LE status, just head on over to BBW and save yourself a bundle. Or better yet, go to Target and pick up Bodycology's Brown Sugar Vanilla. I am pretty shocked that JM is even producing something so done and unsophisticated. Personally, it gives me a headache, but a lot of people find this BBW classic quite pleasant. It does stick close to the skin so it probably won't offend anyone.
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