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Casmir by Chopard Review
We think that wearing Casmir now will have you stand out, with it embracing the excess just one of the reasons. It would blend right in with the fragrances from more than 30 years ago that have a reputation for packing quite a punch. Casmir impresses on us no desire for balance, just attention, from the deep, musky amber to the sweetness of its fruits and then the creaminess of vanilla. It is not the scent everyone would love to have a whiff of, but we’d love to bask in it nonetheless.
We think the blend is of high quality
Despite the excessive impression, this one does not reek of a synthetic air
The excess is sensual
Performs better in colder seasons
Impressive wear time
Not for everyone
Can smell a little dated
One needs to be more discerning where to apply the perfume
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Almost everyone tries to get into the business of fragrances; Swiss luxury jeweler Chopard is just one of the many. Although it has now an extensive set of perfumes, back in 1991, Casmir can be singled out. It was created by prolific perfumer Michel Almairac who included notes of peach, mango, coconut, bergamot, jasmine, muguet, musk, amber, patchouli and sandalwood to make Casmir’s distinct smell. The bottle it comes in was designed by Caroline Scheufele.