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Perfume Calligraphy Saffron by Aramis Review

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Perfume Calligraphy Saffron by Aramis Review
The bottle of Perfume Calligraphy Saffron would indicate exotic right off the bat especially for non-Middle Eastern customers, but we were pleasantly surprised for it to actually deliver a well-blended scent. The florals could be described as warm and honeyed, but it is not annoyingly sugary, and the vetiver and leather lend a wonderful dark feeling. We do not think it is overly complex, and yet with its simplicity is sophistication that many can only aspire to have. We would have wanted it to project stronger, but it being discreet didn’t take away our enjoyment of the scent.
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Lasts very long on both skin and clothing
Has a lovely dry and smoky quality instead of being just sweet
Feels exotic and elegant as expected, even when saffron is not dominant
We think it would have benefited more from being rich and projecting stronger
A niche fragrance that not everyone would appreciate
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Aramis released Perfume Calligraphy Saffron for its Middle Eastern clientele, but that doesn’t mean that it isn’t available to the rest of the world. First made available in 2014, it is the third to be included of the house’s Perfume Calligraphy fragrances. The bottle it comes in features beautiful Arabic script. Signed by Clement Gavarry, the scent includes accords of saffron, Turkish rose absolute, vetiver, marigold, lavender, tonka absolute and styrax.

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