A Dozen Roses is a perfume line with each perfume featuring “100% rose absolute essence” that are exclusive the department store Neiman Marcus.
Shakespeare in Love opens as shampoo. It’s a squeaky clean white floral with pear. The pear’s juiciness is prominent in the opening; however, it’s in competition with nondescript white florals. It smells like a handful of opalescent drugstore shampoo but then transitions to a warm musk and a sharp, clean rose without shaking those squeaky clean… Continue reading | 4 Comments
The newest addition to the A Dozen Roses line is Electron. It is described as “A shock to the senses…clean, fresh, fabulous”. Would I ever call it a shocking fragrance? No. It’s an inoffensive and pretty fragrance in a gorgeous bottle.
Electron opens with a bergamot green tea and melon-cucumber. It’s light, airy, watery, fresh. I get floral, no particular floral but I do get “petals”, fresh and green florals. The top fades rather quickly and the fruity rose middle becomes more prominent… Continue reading | 8 Comments
A Dozen Roses Iced White is a fruity-floral that smells naïve and innocent. Iced White isn’t marketed towards young people, but it should be. It seems to me to be a “starter fragrance”.
Iced White opens as peachy peony. It actually smells “dainty” and like white petals. The peony is very prominent and it compliments “aquatic” peaches, melon and freshly sliced apples. Actually at this stage, it reminds me very much of Creed Spring Flower, the perfume that we are told… Continue reading | 7 Comments