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Electron by A Dozen Roses Review
Electron manages to hit the right spot with rose: it is fragrant but without smelling old-fashioned, which is an easy route to take. There are hints of wood and green, just like you would when picking a bloom from a garden. However, it suffers from being too sweet and almost candy-like but in a less complex, and even cheap, manner. The fine rose scent is hard to ignore, but so is the artificial sugary smell that is a result of the blending of its notes.
Rose note is balanced with wood and green, evoking a garden
Staying power is average
Feels more modern than old given the note
Comes off as too sweet after the opening
Lynn Emmolo’s fragrance for A Dozen Roses is light, sweet and fresh. The rose is especially notable but it is not quite a shock to the senses as initially advertised. Released in 2012, it is made with rose absolute, green tea, violet leaf, orchid and musk.