Our Nishane Hundred Silent Ways samples and decants are rebottled by Scent Split from genuine fragrance bottles. Scent Split is a wholly independent entity not affiliated, connected, or associated with Nishane.
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Original bottle not included with sample/decant purchase. Scent Split rebottles the genuine fragrance into smaller bottles.
Inspired by a line in a poem by Rumi, the 13th century Sufi poet, “I closed my mouth and spoke to you in a hundred silent ways", Hundred Silent Ways communicates love wordlessly through a series of little flourishes of fruit and flowers as tender as the skin of a loved one. There is an undeniably girlish flirtatiousness about Hundred Silent Ways, but it is also very elegant.
The opening is ambrosial and frankly sensual, a Rococo burst of sweet, syrupy peaches, mandarin orange, and tuberose petals so juicy sweet that you will want to gulp it down greedily, heedless of the red juice staining your mouth. Bathed in a cloud of marshmallow-soft musk, the fruit and flowers slowly become more abstract and hazier in feel, but thanks to a touch of cool, powdery iris, it never loses its sparkle. By the time you get to the nutty, savory woodiness of the sandalwood in the base, soaking up all the rich, buttery excesses of gardenia, fruit, and cream, you will have been completely won over by the inviting deliciousness of Hundred Silent Ways. It is the rare fruity floral that seduces you without so much as a word.
Meh, not really a scent to be worn. It's weird and basic at the same time. Nah
I found this fragrance on TikTok and I love this fragrance. Not a fan of woody, overbearing scents and was looking for an every day clean scent. I love this, it’s floral, light but still packs a punch. Perfect spring/summer scent.
I get so many compliments when I wear this fragrance. I'm going to buy a full bottle it's worth the money
This was a nice scent, just not what I am looking for. Didn't have that wow factor that everyone raves about. It was just.... Fine.
Unfortunately, this is not my scent profile. It’s very similar to many designer perfumes I have smelled. Don’t get me wrong, I love a good designer perfume (Carolina Herrera Good Girl). This just has that familiar bubble gum sickly sweet scent. Maybe I’ll let it sit for a while and retry.