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Thursday, November 29, 2012

Anat Fritz Tzora

By Tom

Tzora is only the second scent from the Berlin-based designer. I really liked the first eponymously-named scent. I really like this one as well.
It opens with orange, interestingly married with pepper. I love that- the marriage between the sweet orange with the spiky pepper is delicious. It gradually adds in vetiver, flowers and cedar and grounds in a light patch and musk. The mix here is incredibly smooth and luxurious in a way that's particularly German to me. Like an 80's Mercedes SL where the classic lines and rock-ribbed build quality shout quiet good taste.
There's nothing terribly showy about it; it's a really great mans scent like they used to put out. Like one of those classics, a woman could totally rock it.
My verdict? Instant Classic.

Notes: (From LuckyScent):
Cassis, clary, bergamot, Peruvian pepper, magnolia, osmanthus, jasmine, cedarwood, vetiver, patchouly, musk, moss

$130 for 100ml. My sample was asked for at ScentBar.

Image: Luckyscent


Blogger mdb said...

"Like an 80's Mercedes SL where the classic lines and rock-ribbed build quality shout quiet good taste."

I love this line. You've nicely grab hold of the thing, intent and object, solidly intersecting.

11:47 AM EST  
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Blogger SwagScent said...

The bottle looks pretty nice. Sounds like there's no WOW factor to this fragrance.

6:41 AM EST  
Blogger pitbull friend said...

As one of the handful of other people who loved the original Anat Fritz, I have to try this! Thanks for letting us know about it, Tom.

11:34 PM EST  

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