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Scent Name: Cedrat Enivrant

Manufacturer: Atelier Cologne

Scent Description and Notes: “The launch of Cédrat Enivrant celebrates a return to the origins of Atelier Cologne, the first maison de parfum dedicated entirely to cologne, the legendary fragrance classic. The creators, Sylvie Ganter and Christophe Cervasel gave birth to a new olfactive family, “Cologne Absolue”. Cédrat Enivrant completes their Collection Originale, now composed of six new colognes. Designed primarily around citrus notes—the traditional ingredients of a cologne—and inspired by the French 75 cocktail, Cédrat Enivrant is for lovers of lemon and gin notes.

Notes:
Maroccan Cedrat, Lime, Bergamot, Chinese Mint, Egyptian Basilic, Juniper Berries, Tonka Bean, Vetiver, Elemi.
Style:
Sophisticated. Effortless. Classic.” -Sephora.com

Oil Color: Colorless.

Bottle Design and Artwork: This is standard 1.5 ml clear glass vial with a black applicator cap. The vial has the name of the company in attractive blue-ish grey cursive font, under which is the scent name in standard font.

 

Scent: 

  • ITV:  This reminds me of a slightly more unisex version of men’s colognes that run toward the the green and woodsy spectrum.  I do pick up gin/juniper berries very, very strongly, with a dash of lime, a spritz of lemon under that, and a touch of basil and mint.
  • Wet:  It’s a very sharp and refreshing crisp gin, lemon, lime, basil, mint, and bergamot blend.  I’m not getting any tonka – instead, it’s something that reminds me of all gentleman, all the time.
  • Dry: A faint sweetness from the tonka develops hours after it is applied, but the scent largely retains its heavy gin, citrus, mint/basil characteristics that dominated its wet phase. 

Other Impressions: None.

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