Lostmarch Lann-Ael EDT Perfume Review

Lostmarch Lann-Ael

As the weather has warmed up, its time to trade in our hot cereal for cold cereal. Lostmarch Lann-Ael is the “cold cereal” of gourmands. It’s filling but never heavy.

Lann-Ael opens as this sweet creamy Korean barley tea (bori cha). It’s barley and vanilla with a hint of fruits (that remind me of dried mango and freshly sliced apples). The heart really does remind me of grains and milk. Lann-Ael dries down to a vanilla cream. In my opinion, Lann-Ael is a special gourmand in that it is actually “refreshing” on a warm day!


Leila Hymes

Notes listed include buckwheat, cereals, milk, apple and vanilla. Launched 2007.

Or if you like perfumes like Archipelago Milk, Jo Malone Sweet Milk (RIP), Xerjoff Join the Club Shunkoin, L’Artisan Parfumeur Bois Farine and/or Olfactive Studio Lumiere Blanche.

This is an EDT so projection and longevity are below average (but I think this is average for an EDT). I get about 5 hours of wear from it on a warmer day. A lotion and shower gel are also available in this fragrance and maybe layering would help with longevity?

The 3.4 oz EDT retails for $85 at Beautyhabit. Samples are also available for purchase.

Victoria’s Final EauPINIONBuckwheat and vanilla-scented milk. It’s one of those soft, milky, comforting fragrances. And it’s one of the few that could be called a “summer gourmand”.

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*Sample purchased by me. Product pic from Beautyhabit. Leila Hymes pic from Post contains an affiliate link. Thanks!

5 thoughts on “Lostmarch Lann-Ael EDT Perfume Review

    1. Instead of woods, Lann-Ael has grains. Another difference is that Lann-Ael is softer and sheerer.

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