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It smells warm, spicy, and very comforting (as long as you don't over do it). “Youth Dew” sounds like the last scrabbling grasps at coquettishness by a woman afraid to embrace her own maturity, because “mature” to her means “old”.
I also smell a note in there that reminds me of Coca-Cola. I recommend trying the bath oil, if you don't like the spray. To many reviewers this seems to be the case, and “old” is decidedly “bad”.
Kudos to those who can wear it and appreciate it, it was definitely the dark mysterious sexy scent for the in charge woman back in the day. I'd find wearing this intimidation its not " me" but I don't think its a bad scent. I suggest if you can't wear this but like the vibe, try Opium, Tabu or Youth Dew Amber. It's great to see others' reviews on fragrances and it helps, but it's not a deterrent or a given as everyone's chemistry is different and we all do like different notes in perfumes. It smells like a very very cheap, very badly mixed, murdered notes... lol She said one would either like or hate it and that most of the ladies that purchased it were "older." Thank goodness I didn't just blind buy. Had it before and although I love the scent it is SO strong that it firehoses everything else out of the room. I’m Catholic and the opening of this perfume is Christmas Mass when the incense is being used.
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.
It wasn't a favorite of mine in my younger days, either.
The bath oil smells like a sweeter version *of the drydown* of the EDP. Since that is my favorite part I feel like something is missing when I wear the bath oil.
Top notes are aldehydes, orange, spices, peach, bergamot, narcissus and lavender; middle notes are cinnamon, cassia, orchid, jasmine, cloves, ylang-ylang, rose, lily-of-the-valley and spicy notes; base notes are tolu balsam, peru balsam, amber, patchouli, musk, vanilla, oakmoss, vetiver and incense.
I want to leave another review now that I have used the bath oil for a while.
I started on New Year’s Day and will report back when it’s done.
The name of this scent is misleading, because it has been described as "an old lady perfume" by lots of people.Also, I personally have a low tolerance for sweetness in perfume and find the bath oil too sweet for my tastes.