Reviews and Problems with Cartier Le Baiser Du Dragon
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2 February 2014
Summary: Can be construed or interpreted as masculine as it is unisex. I understand why. This is the scent of power however, it is not overpowering if applied correctly. There is a distinct licorice note but that promptly abates at which point this melts into one's skin and lingers a very long time. Upon application allow this one to morph into what it will become on YOU. On me it may become something altogether different than on you.
Summary: Le Baiser du Dragon was my first ever blind swap. I remember my fingers shaking when I opened the package. I have the EDP. The bottle is like nothing else in my fragrance wardrobe but really gorgeous. Looks like a perfume from another era. And smells like a perfume from another era. Upon the opening my mouth hung open, like ''Whoa..! What's that?'' It was very boozy, bourbon whiskey explosion with a slightly bitter bite of fresh neroli.
Summary: This reminds me of EL Passion a bit (which I like) but more firey.. peppery and full of amber Very heavy fragrance (did I say HEAVY?) fragrance. So much so that it feels like you're wearing a wool sweater in July! If you do wear this and love it, I hope you're in a cold climate, on a freezing cold night. This will warm you up. I'll have to pass on this one though.
Summary: I don't actually associate it with a dragon, but with some of my childhood memories. I imagine a loft cabin, at winter. Me and my father coming back from a ski trip. He still smells a little bit of aftershave - he shaved his beard mostly every day. We take some firewood with us and go inside. The wood is pine and all sticky from the resin. We put it in the fireplace, which is already lit. The resin warms up and the smell lifts.