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Coco Mademoiselle Eau De Parfum by Chanel Review
Coco Mademoiselle can simply be just like any floral fragrance targeted to younger adults, but the brand upholds the legacy of its perfumery with an elegant, sophisticated blending of florals and musk. It is not light or safe, and instead is not afraid to leave a mark. The eau de parfum opens sweetly with bergamot and orange and then becomes sharper as the jasmine and mimosa emerge. The base notes provide a balance that gives the scent a lovely drydown even though the musk may feel a little synthetic.
A sophisticated and sweet floral scent
More apt for evenings but can also be worn otherwise
Comes with excellent longevity
Can come off as heavy and too sweet for some people
Marketed for younger consumers
Musk feels a little synthetic
Coco Mademoiselle is another of longtime Chanel Head Perfumer Jacques Polges’ releases. The scent, which listed its top notes to be mandarin orange, bergamot, orange and orange blossom; heart notes to be mimosa,Turkish rose, jasmine and ylang ylang; and base notes to be patchouli, tonka bean, vanilla, opoponax, white musk and vetiver, is an award winner for the French luxury brand. It has won the FiFi for Prestige Fragrance and was also bestowed the European Star of the Year. It is among the best sellers for Chanel, even besting the classic Chanel no. 5 in more than one instance, since it was released in 2001.