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Sweet apricot, sugared amber, frankincense, golden cardamom, rice milk, and golden peach.

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I think this one will need more time to rest and come together. Right now, it’s strongly dominated by apricot, with the peach coming in second. I can detect the resins and rice milk, but none of the cardamom. 
 

This scent has one helluva throw. 

 

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Peach Vulva is amazing and worthy of a bottle!  Peach and apricot flesh is fuzzy yet deeply succulent as if the notes were taken from close to the stone. The lightly spiced resin and rice milk come in later, round and warm, settling into a golden deep peachy musk after several hours. 

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This has a lot more throw than I expected for a "lighter" scent! Super juicy and ripe peaches and apricots. I can almost smell the fuzz on it. It's delicate yet has amazing throw for what it is. I haven't tried many other Vulvas to compare it to, only this year's Cherry Blossom Vulva, but this is definitely a winner. It's very musky and a true peach and apricot scent. Perfect for summer. I don't get the cardamom at all or the frankincense.

 

It's very beautiful and I can see this one being very popular.

Edited by Kanra

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As a peach lover, I blind bottled this one. This peach isn't particularly juicy, but it's very aromatic, a perfumey peach, which I'm guessing is due to the apricot and frankincense. As a result, I imagine this more as a white flesh peach, and like @Kanra mentioned, I too can imagine the fuzz here. The sweetness is almost honey, except honey doesn't usually play nice with me, and I didn't have that experience here. No so-sweet-it's-sour. It's actually rather delicate.

 

I adore peach notes, and this one is certainly nice, but I like the straight warm juicy peach - Obligatory Peach, Peach Chypre, and above all Alleviate the Frenzy. This feels almost a little too pretty for my preferences. It's a peach intact, not yet had any teeth sunk into it. It's probably a little more publicly decent than the obscene peach I love. ;) But for those who don't want to smell like a dripping fruit (I understand, that's not for everyone), this will be a good fit.

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This one makes me feel like I'm lying on a blanket in a peach orchard where the air and the sunlight and the fragrance all alchemically mingle and fuse into the lightness of my being.

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This one's interesting, because although it says "Peach" on the tin, it's a different kind of peach flavour due to the influence of the sweet apricot - the two together combine into something more rich than the standard peach, with quite a heady syrupy tone, and feels like it can't decide what it is... Hi! I'm peach!! No! I'm apricot!! Wait, I'm peach!! and so it goes. Let's call it peachicot.

 

So the other problem with this peachicot is that - being so rich - it's drowning out everything else. I really wanted sugared amber. and I was looking forward to a nice rice milk too, but nope - there's really nothing else here... just all peachicot. And not a trace of any frankincense or cardamom. I waited a while before writing this review, hoping that the other notes would come forward, but they just didn't. 

 

Having said all that, this really is a lovely smell but on me it's essentially a peachicot single note. So... I'm disappointed this isn't working on my skin, but I'll put it away and see how it ages. 

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I think I just got peach-punched. Like, impeached in my face. Is that a thing? This perfume causes that to make sense?

 

Whatever: The peach is potent AF. Somehow fruit-skin-raw and canned-sugar-syrupy at once, it overwhelms everything else in the blend when I first apply it. 

 

Upon drydown, I find peace. The peach begins to settle and shift toward a milder, fruity perfume, with more apricot, some gentle cardamom, and even a little whiff of rice milk. 

 

Once dried, this becomes comforting. It reminds me of a warm breakfast bowl of peaches and cream with spiced oatmeal (minus the oatmeal, but with all the comfort and warmth of the dish).

 

My mission is to ponder whether the initial peach assault is worth the lovelier later life of the blend.

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Hmm. I let this sit for a few weeks in hopes it would settle and wow me. Well, it is apricot and peach, which is nice. I am not smelling anything else :-(. I will wait a bit longer for it to wow me but for now it is very nice fruit 😊

Eta: Not wowing me. I only smell apricot and peach.

Edited by HerbGirl

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Peach Vulva is definitely mostly about the peach and apricot. They remain the dominant notes throughout wear, although I do get the rice milk (which ends up being somewhat buttery on me by the end of the day) and some light resins beneath the fruits. The peach has a peach nectar sort of vibe and smells like the type of peach you'd want to drink.

 

I think this is lovely, but I have so many peach scents in my collection already that I don't think I need a bottle of this one, too, but I'll probably retest this before it goes away (and after it had some time to age) just to be sure.

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I'm really enjoying this, although IMO it definitely benefits from some rest. Initially, it was a pretty but fairly perfumey peach apricot with wisps of the other notes. Now, a few weeks later, it's smoother and more blended to my nose. It smells like sweet apricot (not as ripe as as one in Katharina, more akin to the one in Haloes), white peach, rice milk (so good with the fruit), and the frankincense and cardamom hover in the background, giving it warmth. I kind of want a peach smoothie now. This doesn't smell foodie to me, though; the non-foody notes, while ethereal, keep it out of gourmand territory. I hope the frankincense and spice continue to deepen with age. 

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Fresh, bright peach that softens to warm and sweet. This is a DEAD RINGER for an Arcana from several years ago that I loved but never got a bottle of called Peaches Crave True Love.

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