Séville à l'Aube 2012

Séville à l'Aube by L'Artisan Parfumeur
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7.4 / 10 232 Ratings
Séville à l'Aube is a perfume by L'Artisan Parfumeur for women and was released in 2012. The scent is floral-sweet. It was last marketed by Puig. Pronunciation
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Main accords

Floral
Sweet
Green
Resinous
Spicy

Fragrance Pyramid

Top Notes Top Notes
PetitgrainPetitgrain Plant juicePlant juice AldehydesAldehydes LavenderLavender
Heart Notes Heart Notes
Orange blossomOrange blossom BeeswaxBeeswax BenzoinBenzoin JasmineJasmine White blossomsWhite blossoms
Base Notes Base Notes
AmberAmber ResinsResins FrankincenseFrankincense RoseRose

Perfumer

Ratings
Scent
7.4232 Ratings
Longevity
7.4179 Ratings
Sillage
6.9188 Ratings
Bottle
7.8167 Ratings
Value for money
7.824 Ratings
Submitted by Kankuro, last update on 17.11.2023.
Interesting Facts
The scent was created based on a memory of perfume blogger Denyse Beaulieu. She accompanied the creating process and documented it in her book "The Perfume Lover".

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First

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Top Review 28  
Pawlow's dog and I
Unfortunately, one is the victim of one's own nature, one's own psychological mechanisms. It is particularly common when you can see through the mechanism and still not defend yourself against it. That's how it got to me too:

Last late summer I discovered Jasmin de Nuit from The Different Company. I was totally thrilled, wrote a comment and bought a bottle in the souk. Immediately afterwards, on the very first day I was wearing the scent, I was completely unexpectedly accused by someone unjustifiably and attacked backwards. In the following weeks this repeated itself several times and I noticed that obviously someone else had tried to incite others against us. This went on throughout the autumn and into the winter. At the same time, we had a death in the family. I had often tried in the evening to calm down with the wonderful Jasmin de Nuit and it also succeeded a little. We resisted the attacks, we mourned, spring came, I wore spring scents.

But why this story about a completely different fragrance?
Because Séville à l'Aube reminds me very much of Jasmin de Nuit.
But while Jasmin de Nuit unfortunately causes me the unpleasant anxiety of constant fears of further sudden aggression against me, Séville à l'Aube brings me the wonderful soft serenity of a new fresh and pleasant day in Sévilla with friendly people on all sides (even if I have never been to Sévilla before).

What is so similar about these two fragrances? By far not everything, but this impression of sherbet powder, which made me think of the Pez dispensers in Jasmin de Nuit, exactly this Bitzelige, that Séville à l'Aube has even stronger. The impression of luxuriant, thick, soft, friendly floridity, of nectar scooping from the full, can be found here as well as there. This special part, which seemed to me to be a unique selling point of the TDC so far, surprised me completely at the L'Artisan and once again fascinated me.
Fortunately my Pavlovian reflex doesn't get through at Sévilla à l'Aube. The two scents are obviously too different for that.

What is the difference between the two fragrances?
In my nose it is primarily the intensity of jasmine (more intense in TDC).
In second line it is the intensity of green parts (more intense at L'Artisan).
In the third line it is the weighting of the spices/resins (more spices in TDC, more resins in L'Artisan).

Séville à l'Aube begins intensely green and fresh, but not so citric that it drives you to your forehead and crown. Rather, it gently uplifts the whole upper body with friendly, green freshness, as I can well associate with a morning after a summer rain. The plants have absorbed the water and awaken with strength into the new day, their essential oils begin to fill the still cool air.
There is a tickle in the air and now the lush nectar abundance described above slowly begins to unfold. Nevertheless, the fresh green still lasts for a few hours, even if it gradually fades into the background.
At some point, only the soft, viscous, slightly sweet nectar of the blossoms is left, which now slowly begins to become minimally smoky and more spicy. This process of change also lasts a few hours. For me, the scent is now more and more calming.

Sévilla à l'Aube is a perfect companion through the day, invigorating at first, always cheerful, friendly, powerful and in the evening a gentle downer.

He is a worthy successor for my Jasmin de Nuit, which I will now give away with a heavy heart.
It is not only too costly for me, but above all too joyless for me to train my conditioning again.

I'd rather wear my Sévilla à l'Aube in good company with Pawlow's dog, enjoy my life and greet with a strong woof!
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Gelis

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Top Review 11  
What brings the day
What amazes me about this scent is that I could swear there wasn't a single flower processed in there. Lavender? Not on me. White flowers, jasmine, rose? Where are they? And even orange blossom, writ large here, seems to have opted for fruity notes in tandem with petigrain, plant sap, and beeswax.

But it's not just orange, either. You smell the peel, you smell green parts and the beeswax adds a fine cream after a while. However, only on the skin. In the radiation tingles an orange (whole fruit) around me, which apparently bathed in sherbet powder.

On the skin, there is then but something like a development: the cream of the beeswax I already mentioned, come after a while resinous notes and a certain sweetness and still a little later some spice from the incense.

Overall, "Seville at dawn" is a good start to the day: freshness, good mood, positive expectations "What brings the day - let's tackle it." This impression would probably be reinforced on a sunny summer morning. I tested SalA on a cooler summer day at about 15 degrees C.

I thank Rosenresi for the sample.
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Azrayel

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Azrayel
Azrayel
Helpful Review 4  
Along with the wind...
Bertrand Duchaufour the nose behind CDG Avignon, which I have tried but was not too impressed after two wearings. I rate Avignon 7/10. But he astonished me when I sampled his Timbuktu, led me to buy a full bottle. It earned many compliments every time I wear it and Timbuktu has climbed up to my top 10 best perfumes rating it 9.5/10.
This is now a tie as per my evaluation oh Duchaufour's creations. I can't wait for my Dzongkha to arrive.

Today my sample on Seville arrived along with 6 more samples, freebies from an online store as gifts from being their avid customer.

This is my take on Seville to please my curiosity. A dab on my right arm and I felt already its beastly orange blossoms. It smells strong but good on top as I smell the orange blossoms, white florals with a sharp tone of beeswax, that added light sweetness. There is a faint lavender note coming in and out.

But after 20 minutes or so, reaching the heart, I felt it to be slightly cloying. I can stand this cloying note but I can't distinguish which one it is, maybe carnation, as I am not accustomed to its scent plus I don't remember having a carnation note on my perfumes.

The heart didn't stay long and an hour after, the scent was pleasant but not original, not even outstanding. I know I have smelled this dry down before. If there is leather here, I didn't get any out of it. I smell paper, a stationary but very light yet nice. But I have smelled this dry down better on one perfume that I admire.

Seville is a love/hate perfume. A loud & potent charming top, a less interesting mildly cloying heart and a lightly pleasant dry down, not unique but appealing.

It is suitable for spring and fall on an afternoon to evening occasion. This is best & would get more compliments on a windy outdoor walk, garden setting event plus would attract female noses. I don't think, as a man, that I will turn my head to a woman wearing Seville.

I would rather turn my head on a woman wearing a heavier, more refined and wonderful dry down, like Alien. This is Seville's resemblance, a heavyweight and way ahead more beautiful base scent. My rate would be 7/10. Admirers of Alien may like this greener & lightly floral fragrance with a citrusy top.
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7.5
Bottle
5
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10
Longevity
6
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TeaWithMilk

27 Reviews
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Helpful Review 4  
Incensy Orange Blossom
I am a bit nuts for orange blossom, so it is no surprise that I love Seville a l'Aube. Unlike Ellie Saab, this does not turn too musky and synthetic with continued wear and instead remains true to the flower. Seville a l'Aube actually starts out more acidic/citrusy than I like. But as it continues to dry down, it starts to smell like incense to me and apparently others as well. I happened to be in the car with my father when I first wore it, and he couldn't detect any flowers at all. He remarked that I smelled like incense, which I took as a compliment...until he said it wasn't a compliment and that he thinks it's weird to smell like incense. Oh well--I don't wear perfume to please my father.

If you have ever smelled Andy Tauer's Maroc Pour Elle, that could give you an idea of the incense effect I am talking about.

Despite the incense, this perfume is not dark and smoky, rich or intense. It reminds me very much of the one and only perfume released by Frederick Fekkai, Sensuelle. Both perfumes are extremely high-quality orange blossoms on a honey-like base. Seville a l'Aube is an orange flower perfume that is easy to wear year round--clean enough for warm weather and thick enough for cooler weather.

SUMMARY: It's summer in California all year long with Seville a l'Aube
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6
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8.5
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Cumulnimbus

116 Reviews
Cumulnimbus
Cumulnimbus
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Sweet melted beewax
Sweet beewax full of orange blossom and a bit jasmine pollen. I think the addition of lavender, tobacco and olive blossom notes is what it gives it a complex creamy development connected with the sweetness of benzoin in the drydown. I don't find this one fresh at all, it is almost syrupy. Somehow it is more of a spring afternoon at Seville than Seville at sunset to me.

Whenever I use it in the open space, bees are literally following me.

I find it uplifting and special. Longevity is quite good and sillage can become heavy under warm sun.
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LillibetLillibet 6 years ago
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6
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My favourite orange blossom fragrance. Able to conjure up languid summer days for me even on a dark winter's day. Linear but sophisticated.
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