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In a similar way, Coco Noir has it all, without screaming it’s presence. My only complaint is its average sillage and longevity, otherwise it’s beautiful. It's still a lovely fragrance, just not what I was expecting, given the name. :) I'm using the second 100ml bottle & also have the 35ml version (in the purse). I am going through a big pile of gifted samples and Coco Noir is one of them. I am not as enamoured by the brand as so many people are (though I do love ol' Karl). If you Luke the scent but not the fleeting quality of Coco Noir give Chance a try.
(Aaah patchouli, what a moody lover you can be) But Coco Noir manages to be very classy and feminine in the same way that POAL does, but without the slightly moist furcoat vibe going on. Great big thanks also to the hubby who gifted me the 100 ml bottle for christmas. Plus you have to douse yourself in it to get any projection and lasting power from it so the pricey pricey bottle is draining at warp speed. I douse myself in it and then I get a whiff of sandelwood en some faint patchouli, but that is it.
The night vision of the ‘Orient that starts and ends in Venice’ imposed itself upon me and that is where I wanted to go.” perfumer Jacques Polge.
In 1984, there was Coco, that sumptuous blend of wood, resins, flowers, spices and fruit.
Coco Noir was created by Jacques Polge and Christopher Sheldrake. It took me over a year to wrap my nose around it and fully understand it.
Having gone back and forth between complete disgust and absolute adoration, I’ve settled on the latter.
It brings to mind a night stroll by the Seine, in November, a quiet chilly late Fall weekday. To the last two reviewers who have longevity issues: in my opinion Coco Noir smells extremely similar to Chance by Chanel but Chance lasts longer.