Amouage – Jubilation 25

Perfume: Amouage
House: Amouage
Source: Luckyscent
Size: 1mL

Luckyscent Notes: Tarragon, lemon, ylang ylang, Rock rose, frankincense, davana, labdanum ciste, patchouli, amber, vetiver, musk, myrrh

Date: 4/5/08 Weather: 55 degrees, clear

Comments: Starts with cologne and cumin with an incense note (woods, herbs, citrus). Within 10 minutes, the sillage contains iris and leather with the cologne and incense – quite powdery. Sniffed on the wrist, more dominantly cumin, cologne and woods. For the next hour or two – iris, leather, powdery woods and incense weave in and out in the sillage. 2 hours in – more iris and incense with a slight anise note. The cumin note has completely burned off. This scent requires more attention than I have given it. Showered after 3 hours.

Date: 3/8/09 Weather: 70 degrees, cloudy

Comments: Peaches, cumin and perfume. The cumin note burns off and I am left with peaches and perfume. The fruit note is really strong this time and lasts for the duration of the scent. There is a slight anise note that weaves through this. A hint of powder. Significant sillage, especially for the first 3 hours or so.

Date: 6/28/09 Weather: 75 degrees, sunny

Comments: I went to the gym wearing Mitsouko and did CrossFit – reapplying the Mitsouko afterwards in lieu of showering. I’ve come to the conclusion that, with the exception of Jubilation XXV, this house is lost on me. Gets better after 3 hours when the anise gets stronger. The drydown isn”t bad – labdanum, vetiver, and musk. Was still going at the 12 hour mark.

Perfume Smellin’ Things

Now Smell This

~ by Wendy Wickham on April 5, 2008.

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