Smell Bent has taken a few of their “old” perfumes and remixed them. These have “some of their classic elements, these are new songs with a beat of their own“. Incensed Short Fuse is one to try if you love dry incense perfumes.
Incense Short Fuse opens as a dry, spicy green cardamom pod with peppery woods and hints of citrus. It’s spicy but not too hot. Oh, the cardamom is wonderful in this! Incensed Short Fuse has a softness too it. The softness is like a vanilla-amber incense powder. The dry-down is acrid incense with an almost evergreen freshness. If you like incense fragrances, try this one. Now.
Notes listed include incense, cardamom, pepper, amber resin and dry woods.
Try Incensed Short Fuse if you like incense fragrances. Or if you like perfumes like Penhaligon’s Elixir, 10 Corso Como, CdG Incense Series, Odin 07 Tanoke, Olivier Durbano Citrine, Costume National Homme, and/or Tauer Incense Extreme. Incensed Short Fuse is a unisex fragrance; however, some people view incense fragrances as more masculine.
The scent has average projection and above average longevity for an EDT.
Incensed Short Fuse is available as an oil or an EDT. I have reviewed the EDT. The 1.7 oz EDT retails for $45 at Smell Bent.
Victoria’s Final EauPINION – A “poor perfumista’s” Penhaligon’s Elixir. It’s no surprise that I like this one since I like incense, cardamom and amber fragrances. I think this is perfume is a great value and I find it extremely wearable.
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2 thoughts on “Smell Bent Remix Incensed Short Fuse EDT Perfume Review”
Victoria, how does this compare to the original Incensed? I found that Incensed was more vanilla than incense on my skin, so I’m interested if this is less sweet than it’s parent.
I failed to do a comparison! Ooops.
This one is not as sweet as the original Incensed. It is drier and spicier. However, it does have some sweetness that makes it “soft”. But, the bottom line is that it is not as sweet as the original.
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