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I could never figure out what that exotic word Ysatis meant but it was all it took for me to get into the fragrance. I recall the samples on paper and the ladies in perfume department stores spraying it on me as a test.
For the Eighties this was nothing particularly innovative, impressive or outstanding. What I remember most was the summery freshness in the opening, the white floral heart of tuberose and golden ylang ylang, my floral fix at the time.
Think Bali Hai the song from South Pacific. The enchanted island is heady and redolent with the permeating aroma of ylang ylang and white tropical flowers of jasmine gardenia and tuberose. In this sense it is most like Rumba Balenciaga to me but this is far voluptuous and seems to pick up where Rumba left off.
A jungle that one loses one self in for one glorious summer. The aldehydes and ylang ylang greets you at the first spritz a fresh juicy banana flower. The rosewood is also present in a small dose with galbanum, a greenish note with an herbal and nocturnal air.
Smells of a late afternoon around sunset or twilight time in the cool of the early evening. The fruit fades quickly and it becomes a distinctive floral with pronounced gardenia and tuberose.
Now the gardenia note in perfume is rather challenging to recreate so most noses in this case Monsieur Ropion used the tuberose to give it a realistic white gardenia smell. The flowery scent is beyond amazing. This is a fantastic floral fragrance.
The ylang ylang is still there to my nose throughout the performance of this magic potion. The carnation is there, the jasmine, a white rose not pink or red narcissus and a slowly emerging powdery or smoky iris.
Beautiful flowers and ones I love. I adore tuberose and ylang ylang. Ysatis when dry is a very engaging fragrance. The green accords of vetiver grasses and earthy cloves laurels and bay leaves, and that oak moss.
The galbanum and oak moss in this formula are no longer used in perfumery as they were banned by the IFRA. So when you smell the original formula to Ysatis you are experiencing long lost notes that made a perfume smell so amazing.
It gave the fragrance magnificent longevity all day all week, and sillage that filled a room. This is one epic fragrance. The amber is balsamic and Oriental a la Shalimar in that it blends well with the leathery musk and turns into a your skin but better type of scent.
Great for wearing to the theater, a wedding, a party, that kind of thing. Instead enjoy the exotic adventure that is Ysatis.
It will whisk you away into that magic place that only perfume can take you. At the time of launch in the s big powerful fragrances were in fashion. Incredible silage and longevity. For a more affordable dupe try Elizabeth Taylor Passion.
Try it you will love it. Still beautiful but it becomes a like instead of a love. As it is applied, this is animalic, very animalic, sexy, complex, boozy and almost tropical. It is intoxicating, rich, strong, very very complex and very sensual, while at the same time beautiful and not cheap-smelling at all.
Just after applying, the civet and coconut and tuberose are really loud. The orange and rum come out as well but are more discreet. As it dries the civet gets tame and almost disappears.
It becomes more floral, soapier and less animalic, but still very tropical and sensual. I would rather have the civet stay strong and almost overwhelming as it is in the beginning, but this phase is beautiful in its own way. Sunny, warm, summery and refined but very human.
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