Carnation Fragrances

Perfumes that contain fragrance note – Carnation | Scent profile: A spicy floral scent, with clove-like undertone, bright and vivid.
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Catania Crush
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Catania Crush

SKU: Poison

SKU: Poison

VENDOR: Dior

Add a touch of passion to your life with Catania Crush. Amber, honey, and berries mix perfectly with spices in this exciting fragrance for women. Catania Crush allows you to express your inner confidence without overwhelming the room. Catania Crush...

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Gingerbread Speziata
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Gingerbread Speziata

SKU: Casamorati 1888

SKU: Casamorati 1888

VENDOR: Xerjoff

Gingerbread Speziata is a dense, opaque block of peppery spice, heady yellow florals, and dark sweet amber. The upper layer is pungent ylang-ylang paired with hot, searing neroli. A dry pinch and a cinnamon-like sweetness surround the florals, along with bold,...

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Pepper X Woman
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Pepper X Woman

SKU: Honour Woman

SKU: Honour Woman

VENDOR: Amouage

Pepper X Woman is like summer, near the sea, and when the sunset arrives, everything lights up with this smell of gardenias, gardenias combined with the heady aroma of nard. Meanwhile, a group of people gathered open and ate a...

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Mediterranean Cypress
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Mediterranean Cypress

SKU: Italian Cypress

SKU: Italian Cypress

VENDOR: Tom Ford

Mediterranean Cypress is a lovely, unisex, long-lasting perfume. The initial impression is a whoosh of cypress and wood notes with mandarin. Mediterranean Cypress leads to several thoughts and associations from great furniture polish to a chypre green background with pines...

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At first glance, carnation and clove have nothing in common, and they happen to be namesakes in my native language. Many languages ​​have two completely different words for both, such as skin tone and clove in English, Götterblume and Gewürznelke in Germain, carnation and clove in French. At the same time, Germans can call both the flower and the spice Nelke, while Italians, for example, can say garofano and chiodo di garofano (“carnation bud”).
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