Brand Tom Ford
Lost Cherry is a contrasting scent that reveals a tempting dichotomy of playful, candy-like gleam on the outside and luscious flesh on the inside. Innocence intersects indulgence with an opening the captures the classic perfection of the exotic cherry fruit. Black cherry's ripe flesh dripping in cherry liqueur glistens with a teasing touch of bitter almond. The heart bursts forth in cherry waves of sweet and tart. Griotte syrup expresses the textured maceration of voluptuous fruits while breathtaking florals of Turkish rose and jasmine sambac penetrate the senses and soul. Peru balsam and roasted tonka at the drydown suggest a new portrait of an iconic symbol. When blended with an unexpected mélange of sandalwood, vetiver and cedar, the finish reaches fantasy-inspiring levels of insatiability.
black cherry accord, bitter almond, griotte syrup, rose, Peru balsam, roasted tonka
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I absolutely loved this scent. Its very sweet and pungent at first but once its on your skin, you will want to sniff yourself all day. I wouldn't buy it for $320.00 though. I wish money wasn't an issue because I would buy it up but for the general population, this is not going to be affordable.
My wife and I ordered several high-end scent samples to see which bottles were worth the full price. From the assortment, Tom Ford's Jasmine Rouge was the best on the female side of things, followed by Lost Cherry. Lost Cherry, as one would imagine, has a sweeter scent and the lasting power was good at several hours (my wife usually does 4-5 sprays). The cherry smell is noticeable but not overpowering, and while I would recommend it as a scent for women, there are better scents out there that we will be buying first.
I’m a huge Tom Ford fan, but I’m not sure how I feel about this one. The opening notes are intriguing but it shortly turns into a one note wonder like cherry candy. Small silage and short longevity. I’m willing to pay Tom Fords exhorbitant prices for complex scents, but not for one note wonders.