Woods in Love
In the Wood for Love
2018

Woods in Love / In the Wood for Love by Roos & Roos / Dear Rose
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7.3 / 10 44 Ratings
A perfume by Roos & Roos / Dear Rose for women and men, released in 2018. The scent is woody-floral. It is still in production.
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Main accords

Woody
Floral
Fresh
Powdery
Spicy

Fragrance Pyramid

Top Notes Top Notes
Orange blossomOrange blossom BergamotBergamot Mandarin orangeMandarin orange
Heart Notes Heart Notes
Orris absoluteOrris absolute VioletViolet
Base Notes Base Notes
PatchouliPatchouli Cedar barkCedar bark VetiverVetiver

Perfumer

Ratings
Scent
7.344 Ratings
Longevity
6.730 Ratings
Sillage
6.632 Ratings
Bottle
8.347 Ratings
Submitted by OPomone, last update on 01.02.2024.

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2 in-depth fragrance descriptions
10
Bottle
7
Sillage
9
Scent
FvSpee

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Woods in love
After I tested the Oud for Love last, it had to be Woods for Love from the rehearsal box. But this time I'm not playing language games, I limit myself to the remark that I think it's nice that "in the woods for love" has slipped into the subtitle and the stuff is now called "Woods in Love". Not only because the in the hoods for love will be exhausted at some point as a gag, but also because "Bewitched woods" fits the fragrance much better than "Off into the undergrowth to make love"
That is, and so I was totally surprised after spraying, a lovely, fine, cheerful and amorous scent and by the way not a particularly woody one. The maker has succeeded in creating this from actually quite well-known ingredients: Citric, violets and woods, something very playful (but nevertheless also absolutely suitable for men), but above all something very unusual, new, and yet in the classical sense to conjure up something beautiful and nothing you think of then, ok, super experiment, but do I want to smell like that?

What I must note, however, is that the lovers of woods then nevertheless move in an area where one should put the boys and girls of the "VroniPlag" to check whether the scientific citation regulations were properly observed here or whether the smell of the doctorate must be stripped of the doctorate. Because the day before yesterday I wore my "Bal d'Afrique" by Byredo again (my wife was once again completely carried away and there were compliments not only from my favourite colleague but even from my boss) and when I tested this one today I thought: This smells as nice as on Friday...

A glance at the scent pyramid reveals a massive correspondence. If jasmine was used instead of orange blossom, the information would be almost identical. Well, if you copy a dreamlike scent well (or recreate it, or come up with the same idea by chance without knowing the model), a dreamlike scent will also come out, but the Swedes from Byredo were just ten years earlier.

So from me unrestricted test recommendation, but you "need", if you can talk about something like that, only one of the two fragrances. For the "Ball of Africa", the fact that it is the original speaks for itself, for this one, that it has the more beautiful bottle. The price is similar for both. The Byredo is even softer, airier and lighter, the double Roos a bit clearer and more contoured and its opening citation is clearly stronger, this one has another "törööö, here comes the mandarin express", which is somehow funny, but the Byredo doesn't need that. He is more consequent and dreams from the first second on in love with flowers and butterflies.

That was a bit sketchy now, but I'm already a bit worn out from the Thailand blogs today. It's all I can do now. Sleep tight. And dreams of violets.
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Bottle
7
Sillage
7
Longevity
6
Scent
Augusto

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Augusto
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10 points for the bottle!

Reminds AugustA first of all of Eau de Sens, only with violet instead of orange blossom.
In addition juniper woody and bitterly tart. Some patchouli for the warm-earthy smell.
The idea: Fresh green violet meets tangy juniper in the light-flooded forest. Oh, it's not juniper at all? What a pity, unfortunately after a while the whole thing doesn't look harmonious on me anymore, because the violet is not compatible with the orange blossom here.
But the bottle is really very nice, the black and white pigeons are better combined in the pattern than the scents, so he gets 10 points from me!
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