Reviews and Problems with Annick Goutal Eau D'Hadrien
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19 May 2014
Summary: We've just had the first warm weekend of the year in London, and I've dug out the Eau d'Hadrien and installed it in my handbag for frequent booster sprays. I never wear it in cold weather but when it's sunny or humid this (and un Jardin sue le Nil) are just fantastic. Eau d'Hadrien is lemony, herbal and deliciously bright and cooling.
Summary: I love, love the way this smells like fresh lemon, slightly astringent and bitter, bracing, and sharp lemon rind, a little sweet juice, and hint of bitter pine. You could say it is similar to lemon Pledge, but I don't think so as it has a tart elegance that the chemical Pledge does not. I also have the perfumed body cream and that is sweeter, and juicier. Just like the juice of freshly cut lemons without the rind. just like the real thing.
Summary: I trully don't understand. I'm brazilian aspiring to study in Sorbonne and was going to a summer course in The Hague followed by a sejour in Paris... So, Annick Goutal, from the Netherlands, became a perfurmer and owns a all frenchy store in the St Germain De PrÃ¨s... All combined, it was on my list to find one of her frangrances, buy and fall in love. After testing e-v-e-r-y-t-h-i-n-g i couldn't fall in loge with none.
Summary: I had given up searching for a my perfect Summer lemon fragrance when I stumbled upon Eau d'Hadrien by Annick Goutal. You wouldn't think much from the name or the packaging (especially the square bottle). So many perfumes these days rely on attractive bottles to make you try a scent (and it certainly works!).
Summary: I bought this bottle of Eau d'Hadrien EDP as I had the EDT and found the fragrance didn't seem to last on me. I love the gentle citrus with undertones of cypress ... it's such a lovely, refreshing scent for the heat of summer.Interestingly, I searched throughout south Florida for the EDP last month (not available in Canada), but everywhere was sold out.And what a wonderful suprise!
Summary: Confession: I'm a heavy oriental spice, vanilla and patchouli whore who was recently struck with having nothing to wear during the long, hot and humid days of summer. Eau d'Hadrien is light, citrusy and refreshing, and so not my style. But I bought it on sale and it has been a lifesaver on those hot days when I kept it in the fridge and spritzed it on for much-needed refreshment after waking up in sweat in an un-air conditioned apartment.