Jo Malone Nashi Blossom Review (2016 fragrance for women and men):
One of the most spoken about and extremely acclaimed colognes on the market today is the Nashi Blossom Jo Malone Perfume for women and men. It is, in my estimation, one of the greatest smelling fragrances. There are bags of different scents which can make you feel appealing but this one takes the cake as it actually does make you feel stunning.
• Top Note: Lemon, Green Apple
• Heart Note: Nashi Blossom, Rose
• Base Note: White Musk
My experience with the perfume:
I must say, no one can wear this fragrance for long without receiving a load of compliments. It has such a noteworthy charm that all other ladies and gentlemen just can’t help but ask what the name of the perfume is.
A mild citrus – lemon with clues of greenness are shadowed by a subtle florescent dry down that is emphasized in the background by a fairly generic rose dint. In the base a pleasurable and delicate white musk is the chief module. The sweetness that ascends in the dry down is very elusive- this is not an indeed honeyed conception. Very graceful and fresh, not overwhelming with citrus which is a decent thing!
Spirited, beaming and sparkling, Jo Malone Nashi Blossom Cologne evokes virgin white blossoms that spurt in the spring, to become luscious nashi fruit in a little while. The saccharinity of pear conglomerates with a crisp jiffy of apple, though delectable lemon, nashi blossom, voluptuous rose and indulgent, white musk round out the scent. It’s a lovely, sparkling sensing summer/spring scent.
Moreover, speaking of the packaging, the appearance of the bottle is just amazing. It’s retained in an exclusive bottle, stimulated by the nashi flower. Additional points for the polka dot design and the metal green cap, very spring-y, without a doubt!
It’s delightful and fresh, but of course, is gone within three hours. Them I am left behind with a scrap of beautiful, musky flowers. I get an easy-going sillage, restricted projection and three hours of longevity on my skin. Persistent power is not really great either; nevertheless for me I love that graceful floriated with the clue of white musk for a slight classy perfume.
Below is a quick list of likes and dislikes that I’ve felt about this fragrance:
• This is a very subtle springtime perfume that is, obviously very delicate on its own, but more intended for layering.
• This fragrance can be worn very coolly as it does not override your senses.
• When the makers set out to create this cologne they had a vision. They wanted every person who wore this fragrance to feel as if he/she was the divinest person in the world. I can say out loud, that they accomplished this vision.
• The dry down and base are a bit too colorless to be convincing as a whole.
• No dusty roses here; you might feel like the dewy pink kind of rose you can whiff first thing in the daybreak when the mist is still wrapping the entirety.
• A too much of citrus may disappoint you. Even upon dry down, you can’t catch enough of the pear blossom, which is what really disenchanted me.
You would love to try this new Jo Malone cologne. Are you a bit infatuated with Jo Malone fragrances lately? Then this one would be fine and wearable for spring and summer. It jerks off with pear and green apple notes then dries down to a soft musk. I love this scent! It’s fresh and sparkling for the summer! Just wear it and you will see when you walk by, the whole world would ask what you are wearing! You would always receive compliments as to how wonderful you smell!