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I could clearly smell them as carrot and tomato, rather than just amorphic vegetal notes. I use it during the very hot days, makes you feel so fresh and original.
Could have been the power of suggestion, but for whatever reason, they jumped out at me and they didn't sit well. For being somewhat of a "light" scent, this lasts all day. Is clear that has citrics since a kind of reaction is felt in the skin when the sun is directly over you, nothing to be worried just like a little bit chilly but delicious.
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It reminds me of Sunny D but fancy--orangey sweet but there's something about it that makes it lean more mimosa. The perfect smell to start the day for a very active day.
It's absolutely beautiful but becomes a very faint skin scent after 3-4 hours. I would love a little bottle to take with me in the afternoon.
The peaceful lily sitting on a pond of gently rippling water on a quiet, overcast day … My only disappointment is that I can’t pick up on the complexity suggested by the note composition. Soft, feminine, and likeable; a somewhat uninspired warm weather aquatic. Oneself can be in acquitance easily but others get the essence.
I only get citrus and lotus, with maybe the slightest hint of carrot. Has that characteristic Jean-Claude Ellena transparency - seems to disappear but persists in a weirdly indefatigable way - but not as interesting in its composition as some of Ellena's other creations. I wore this one day at work and hugged a well established client who has access to my cell number and received this text " ... I've been smelling something incredible on my shirt all day. Whatever it is, I've been smiling all day..." I don't have a sophisticated nose. Un Jardin Sur Le Nil is definitely worthy of the praise that it gets. People who did not smelled before are curious about it. Expensive and original, but truly is a great investment for your originality and your pleasure.
I wish I could smell the musk, incense, and cinnamon mingle with the florals; that would’ve been an interesting combination to experience! BUT it's Hermes so it's beautifully put together and made with quality ingredients. Then I got a whiff of this worn by an elegant lady. That iris powdery mango lotus floral harmony can not be other perfume. It smells like chilling on the riverside while fresh mango trees gives aromas. Fruity carrot, mango Unisexy floral unisex fruity with a musk and incense. The grapefruit is there just to kick the heart notes and middle notes. All those "tender violets" or "aquatic lotus delights" are simply off the mark. Very citrusy and uplifting in the beginning, but once it settles down, I get some earthyness mixed with bulrush and lotus leaves (even if lotus leaves are not in the note breakdown). Their freshness makes you do not feel tired of the smell. I first smelled this years ago while shopping with the Emily Gilmore to my Lorelai and thought, holy mother of pearl, this smells beautiful, but I am not fancy enough for an Hermès fragrance.
Maybe, though, the supporting notes melt into the florals so well that they don’t take away from the softness of the fragrance. If you're looking for a lovely, pleasant, safe, prettty little thing for warmer weather you can't go wrong with this fragrance. Pros: elegant, unique, soulful, uplifting, light, wonderful projection smells different depending on the temperature. Cons: smells petroleum on the drydown to make it last. Then it will disappear after bringing the base notes and middle notes to your nose. My perfume perception is straight to the point and not affected by commercials or advertisement concepts :) If Jardin Sur le Nil smells like a freshly squeezed carrot juice, then it smells like a freshly squeezed carrot juice. Great for those hot summer days when you want to refresh your senses and teleport to the gardens by the river Nile. Can be used in the morning or at noon, even afternoon. Well, I saved up and got myself a small bottle, and could not be more pleased. I first smelled this scent 5 years ago on my way back home from the Philippines, stopping by Taiwan Airport first.A stroll in the garden islands of the Nile at Assouan is the starting point for this new olfactory voyage. This fragrance is the most beautiful warm day in a bottle. I bought in inertia and without a sample, because I like everyone else but it was a very bad purchase.Green mango, lotus, incense, calamus and sycamore wood are at the heart of this refreshing ode. I was aiming to purchase a bottle but fortunately I decided to go for a couple more test spritzes at the shop first. It smells so natural and pure, but most of all it is so unique. It definitely didn't meet my expectations and my skin didn't stand well.It is a useful choice in summer for office or professional settings because it lasts well but wears quietly.Despite the citrus notes, Nil's fruity accord sets it apart from drier, traditional citrus/herbal colognes like 4711, O de Lancome or Eau de Givenchy (among many others). My only qualification is that on me Nil is rather linear once the initial notes settle. It does have a nice habit of returning late in the day if my skin suddenly heats up, after a quick dash to the bus stop for instance. Un Jardin sur le Nil opens with a bite of fresh, green citrus, then mellows into a gentle lotus scent for the remainder of the wear time.I am loving wearing this during our hot season, it is fresh and sparkling and tangy. I sniffed it early in my perfume obsession, before I really knew much of notes, but knew that it was different and knew that it was first-rate. This is super similar to Le Jardin de Monsieur Li but if you look at the pyramids they look nothing alike. Anyway I think Li, it lasts longer but this one is slightly more complex composition but personaly I prefer Li's simple freshness. ⛤⛤⛤⛤ I'm fond of this without every getting too excited about it.On me the citrus is a little muffled but the bulrush is there. It is fresh, delicate and elegant (for men and women).It feels like it would’ve been a cornerstone fragrance for this brand and would’ve been around since Hermès’ beginning.And a quick note of praise to the print ads for this fragrance – I don’t think I’ve ever seen a fragrance visually described so perfectly.Then the iris unfolds into a light powdery aroma, while the incense and cinnamon keep the scent grounded. I sprayed only one spritz on my wrist after a nice smell from the bottle itself.On me, I never get the smell of tomatoes or carrot, just an uplifting citrus-floral. After walking away for a few minutes, I stopped and asked myself, "What is that smell?? " I had just walked by a lady whom I thought had on this nice, elegant, unique, classy, and refreshing scent. I kept smelling it, as it uplifted my spirit from a very down and emotional one. I'm not saying this is the best fragrance I've ever had or smelled, but it darn sure is one of the most unique ones ever.