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Original bottle not included with sample/decant purchase. Scent Split rebottles the genuine fragrance into smaller bottles.
Mystery Tobacco by Carolina Herrera is an Amber Woody fragrance for women and men.
Tobacco is a comprehensive blend of mysterious ingredients that conjures up a rich and deep olfactory sensation. No other passion compares enthusiasm to tobacco, and Mystery Tobacco is a perfume that triggers the hunger for quality tobacco. A rich and full-bodied mingle of osmanthus, ginger, and artemisia gives the initial hints for the potent patch of tobacco and patchouli. It is subtle and artisanal.
Release Year: 2016
Nose: Quentin Bisch
Top notes: Ginger, Osmanthus, Citruses, Artemisia
Middle notes: Tobacco, Patchouli, Guaiac Wood, Vetiver
Base notes: Tonka Bean
Very well blended, high end tobacco fragrance. I prefer Carlisle to this, but its close.
It starts off with a splash of Citrusy zing from Osmanthus and Ginger. The Artemisia is barely noticeable. But what's apparent is the sweet pipe Tobacco that makes its presence known from start to finish. Guaiac Wood adds a little Smoky touch while Patchouli and Vetiver give this smooth fragrance its green cloak - ever so gently. The Tonka Bean grounds it altogether with an added boost of vanillic sweetness. I don't care about seasons nor temperature. I wear this day (less on the trigger) and night. It's alluring, Intoxicating, sexy and sensuous at the same time. If its not for the high price tag, I'd have 2 or 3 back up bottles. Love! Love! Love!
Smells just like Parfums de Marly Carlisle. If you've got one, you don't need the other. Damn near identical
Great Great Tobacco Scent! Top 3 Ever!!!
At first, it surprised me. I wanted to NOT love it. I wanted to just like it. However, the more I wore it, the more it developed it's hold on me. Now - one of my favorites.