Classic Mimosa is opens as a “green” mimosa. It’s a violet-y mimosa but it has a green grassy addition that makes it different than others like it on the market. With time, you still get mimosa paired with a mineral, aquatic orange blossom. The dry down is a creamy vanilla with hints of orange creamsicle. Classic Mimosa is sweet, green and “fresh” for most of the wear.
The deal is that I’ve smelled mimosa absolutes and they’re beautiful on their own. It’s difficult for me to want a mimosa soliflore perfume. I love mimosa as a note but I’m not looking for a stand alone mimosa. This is me. I like Classic Patchouli and Classic Myrrh much better from this line. But, those aren’t floral 😉
Notes listed include bergamot, neroli, green leaf accord, mimosa, violet, rose, marine notes, musk, orange blossom and vanilla. Launch date 2012.
Give Classic Mimosa a try if you like mimosa perfumes. Or if you like perfumes like Calypso Christiane Celle Mimosa, L’Artisan Parfumeur Mimosa Pour Moi, Caron Farnesiana, L’Occitane Mimosa, Guerlain Champs-Elysees EDT and/or Bvlgari Pour Femme. I’m sure this is unisex but I have always viewed mimosa as a more feminine accord/note.
Classic Mimosa has above average projection and longevity.
More info is available at Von Eusersdorff.
Victoria’s Final EauPINION: Mimosa by the sea. It’s nice but not my favorite from Von Eusersdorff and not my favorite mimosa.
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