Indult Paris is back…and you guys, this is a great thing.
Isvaraya is one indolic jasmine. Holy moly. It’s a skanky jasmine patchouli. Once it’s settled, I can’t stop sniffing my wrist. It’s a warm jasmine, like jasmine scented hair (which isn’t that odd, I use an Indian jasmine hair oil and Oscar Blandi has that awesome jasmine line). There’s a plum syrup, actually, it reminds me more of a nectar. Isvaraya settles into this perfect harmony of warm jasmine, plum and patchouli. The dry-down is a pleasant but unexpected surprise. It’s a warm patchouli amber that is softer than cashmere.
Notes listed include patchouli, Indian plum tree and jasmine. PERFUMER – Francis Kurkdjian
Give Isvaraya a try if you love a rich jasmine. Or if you like perfumes like Providence Perfume Co. Hindu Honeysuckle, LUSH Lust, Ramon Monegal Mon Patchouly and/or Diptyque Olene. Isvaraya is unisex. I have a feeling that it will work with the wearer. I could see it being more fruity-floral on some people and more patchouli-jasmine on others.
Projection is average. Longevity is above average.
The 1.7 oz EDP retails for $200 at Luckyscent. Samples are also available for purchase.
Victoria’s Final EauPINION – Boozy jasmine liquor and patchouli amber. It’s good stuff. But, I wish the bottle was a 3.4 oz for that price.
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