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I guess I just hate incense in perfumes, though I don't hate it when people burn incense, in fact I kind of like it but every perfume I've thought smelled awful has turned out to have incense in it. It's so much lighter, but still very very full bodied and long lasting.I wanted to like this but it was an awful scent to my nose. It's dark and smooooooth, no laundry/soapy musk, not too much powder... I put my splash cologne into a spray atomizer and finely misted my torso skin on a lazy day I planned to spend at home. I love it so much, I have a 1oz bath oil of my own coming. About 6 hours later, when I was all set at home with no more errands to run...The booming incense aroma is dense and substantial, and to me, it feels luxurious to the point of self-indulgence (which suits me just fine, frankly). My skin seems to "eat" fragrance, so I do not experience the cloying sillage monster that others seem to get. This is the absolute best type of fragrance to wear during the winter. Spritz on Youth Dew, wrap yourself in a blanket, and sit next to the fire. Sweet cinnamon, spicy warming clove, earthy patchouli, smoky incense, bitter citrusy bergamot.... This is an autumn/winter fragrance with a vintage feel for a femme fatale who is not afraid to leave a lasting impression. I still keep a small bottle of the bath oil to sniff whenever I crave something spicy, rich, breathtaking... I truly believe that if you know what to expect from this, then you have a good chance of enjoying it.
As many others have noted, the name is very misleading -- there is nothing youthful about this perfume. And I mean literally screams, because it is powerful stuff! This gem deserves a sultry name like Opium or Tabu! YD for all its power is very starched and clean scrubbed smelling - no naughty bits at all. This is very similar to Opium, but it comes with a cheaper price tag. I used to wear it when I was younger (no where near a femme fatale that I imagine would wear this) but lately I find myself more drawn to subtler scents. I see shadows of women in long coats, 40s and 50s hairstyles, all made up, all confident rushing through the streets of a nearly forgotten era. I personally smell spicy woody smoke, oriental yes, but in a cloud of smoke, that is like incense.My aunt wore this to Midnight masses, Christmas dinners, special events. With so many good reviews and accolades to this perfume I decided to give it a try... Living in the subtropics I am not sure how to wear this in public - the scent is like talking too loud and too long and not letting anyone else have a go. Then on me it dries down to a slightly sweet, expensive/department store makeup compact.She was lovably daffy, older lady but she felt sexy when she wore this. I liked to smell it on her while my little cousin said it " smells like church and cough drops". Yesterday I sprayed it into the air, waited a moment then walked through it. Years ago, wearing it at full volume in the privacy of my home, I was unexpectedly called to work to assist with a caesarian on a dog. He never said a word but he seemed to have some difficulty breathing. I’m sure there are plenty of artificial chemicals here, but something about it fools me into believing that there are actual resins or essential oils in here. Many other reviewers have written more technical descriptions than I can, but the reason I wanted to leave a review was to say that I recently bought this at Macy’s without having smelled this since I was a young person in the 1980’s.The name of this scent is misleading, because it has been described as "an old lady perfume" by lots of people.It wasn't a favorite of mine in my younger days, either.