Xerjoff's XJ 17/17 range has been created by the artisan expertise of the master perfumers in Grasse and is an olfactory journey and discovery of the worlds most precious essences. The XJ 17/17 collection is a unique integration of nature's visual achievements and its ever unique redolence... “The earth laughs in flowers.”
Richwood centers on sandalwood from Mysore, one of the most beautiful--and rare-- materials in perfumery. Crowning the sandalwood's mellow warmth is a halo of crisp citrus. Patchouli and dark rose tinged with cassis lend the fragrance the elegant earthiness of a premier cru Bourgogne. Just as vintage wine opens in the glass over time, revealing a tale of complex character, Richwood continues to unfold on skin, enticing the nose to return again and again to experience its splendor.
Mysore sandalwood, citrus accord, rose, patchouli
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License Info: Xerjoff Richwood sample is a hand decanted sample from the original licensed design house fragrance. This item is not a licensed design house product. The customer will receive the original fragrance hand poured into a sterile vial. Scent Split is not affiliated with, endorsed, sponsored or supported by the design house in any manner. Scent Split is not in any way affiliated with Xerjoff. All perfume samples and decants are hand decanted into glass sprayable atomizers for 2ml, 5ml, 9ml and 30ml bottles and glass dabber vials into 1ml samples from the original fragrances by the original brands and sent to you carefully so that you can enjoy small quantities of fragrances you've been wanting to try and weren’t otherwise able to.
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If you've not yet experienced Xerjoff Richwood, do yourself a favor and spend the few extra dollars required to try a sample. It's expensive for a reason. But be warned: if you are as devastated by this fragrance as I am, you may want to stay away, especially if you care about your bank account.
There are certainly more sophisticated fragrances out there---sophisticated, meaning complicated---but few are as well blended, or as high performance as this. Sandalwood is becoming exceedingly expensive and rare, and it's not a note that ought to be relegated to the background. In Richwood, it is the star, and it is stellar indeed. The citrus accord, rose, and patchouli are all players, but never steal the show. And you will steal the show when you wear it, no doubt. I get compliments galore! So classy.
Many thanks to Scent Split for the opportunity to own a rather large sample (on sale). Someday, I will possess a full bottle.