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Sophisticated, aromatic and wild, Vert d'Encens is a whole new concept for an incense fragrance, inspired by the rugged Mediterranean coastlines of Corsica. Incense, so long the domain of austere, churchy scents or lavish Middle Eastern fantasias, is combined here with intense green notes and resinous tree sap for a bright, bracing and expressively textured burst of naturalistic character. Balsamic and floral, the supporting notes contrast and enhance the green, drawing out dynamic woodsy tones and sending us into a fantasia of coastal breezes and unspoiled forests in the middle of the sun-kissed sea. Whether you're an incense lover seeking a bold new interpretation or a fan of all things fresh, vibrant and green, Vert d'Encens is an unforgettable offering from Tom Ford.
Pine resin, tree sap accord, fir balsam, incense, heliotrope, boxtree oil
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Liked the opening. The drydown is too powdery to my taste.
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Smells amazing but it only performs well for 3.5hrs and then loses it potency. Works better when layered with another base note. Too expensive for this performance, not worth it.