Romea d’Ameor – The Secret Heroines of the Tsar

Perfume: The Secret Heroines of the Tsar
House: Romea d’Ameor
Source: Luckyscent
Size: 1mL

Luckyscent Notes: Italian lemon, grapefruit, red apple and melon; jasmine, rose, lily of the valley and magnolia, iris, sandalwood, patchouli, caramel, vanilla, musk, amber

Date: 11/25/08 Weather: 40 degrees, sunny, breezy

Comments: Apples. 5 minutes later – blends with melons. Reads as peaches. Might be OK if I loved fruit scents. I don’t – so this is doing very little for me. Still nicely done. A hint of flowers appear after 30 minutes – probably the lily of the valley. Lends a bit of foxyness to the melons. Honeydew. Stays very fruity – decent sillage. I can catch it occasionally as I walk for the next 4 hours. A slight rose note appears at that time – but still dominantly fruits (mostly melons). Still a faint fruity thing 10 hours later. Gone at hour 12. Doubt I’ll be grabbing this much. Worth a try if you like fruity scents.

~ by Wendy Wickham on November 26, 2008.

3 Responses to “Romea d’Ameor – The Secret Heroines of the Tsar”

  1. the best perfume in the world. viva romea d’ameor !!!

  2. apple?melon? of course not !! it is lemon icecream and magnolia !! with a sensual note by sandalwood…no man can resist!

  3. Oh man – I WISH I got lemon ice cream and magnolia. As will all fragrances YMMV. This is obviously a well-made scent. I’m just not a huge fan of the fruity-floral genre. Most fruit scents tend to go weird, sour and suffocating on me. In this particular case, this is a weakness on my part. Not the fragrance’s.

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