Manor Fire 2015 Perfume

Manor Fire (Perfume) by Solstice Scents
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Manor Fire (Perfume) is a perfume by Solstice Scents for women and men and was released in 2015. The scent is smoky-sweet. The production was apparently discontinued.
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BeeswaxBeeswax Fossilised amberFossilised amber FrankincenseFrankincense LeatherLeather SmokeSmoke VanillaVanilla Charred woodCharred wood Charred leavesCharred leaves Copal resinCopal resin Dry woodsDry woods LabdanumLabdanum MuskMusk OudOud SandalwoodSandalwood

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This fragrance was reformulated in 2019.
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Amber fire in the old manor house
It is well known that Manor means manor house. Manor Fire, on the other hand, leads me either to the Manor Fire Department or to a borrowing from a game. I think both can be safely deleted so that we can devote ourselves to the manor. The way the scent goes, I imagine a mysterious but somehow fascinatingly beautiful manor house. Not even Janus-faced in the form of a day/night change. Rather close and yet cool; quite according to the fragrance and thus we are also at the description of the fragrance, which - so much is revealed in advance - manifold in the course and generally ambivalent acts.

Manor Fire begins very warmly, the vanilla blazes before itself and is flattered by herbaceous warm notes. In general, spicy beeswax wraps itself around the individual ingredients. This is permeable so that individual ingredients flash up again and again, which makes Manor Fire very multifaceted. Here already peels out a basic tenor, which will carry the fragrance further.

In the first tests bothered me after about 20 minutes always an animalic leg note which I can not specify. Interestingly, this disappears relatively quickly so that one will probably not perceive this note when not second fixation on the smell. On the contrary: Manor Fire smells partly just like smoking vanilla candles, after delicate incense, which acts very pleasing and lovely before itself.

After four hours, then dominates the amber, which comes creamy-smoky. It is not a conventional incense, which ensnares the amber. In the smoke itself resonate facets of coal, burnt elements. This gives the smoke more depth, more weight, and at the same time makes the scent seem a little less accessible. Which is appealing. The smoky ingredients half carry Manor Fire and it's as if a fire is exorcising the time-honored spirit from the manor, as if the amber stands for the fading relics of a bygone era which the fire now consumes.

I must admit that I am generally skeptical of fragrance houses that publish an extremely large number of creations, especially in the US there are numerous perfumers with countless publications. Sometimes occasion-related, some as commissioned work; be that as it may, this is the wrong place to delve into this topic.
Yet it's these houses that manage to create such intense, multi-layered, yet simplistic products. Manor Fire is a testament to this, and if it weren't for this note that appears after about 20 minutes, which is an unround intermezzo, then I would have rated the fragrance even higher. Those who know my ratings know, 8.0 or more is something I rarely give.

Well, let's not get too serious either therefore here are a few comments on the fragrance that I have collected from other perfumos here. "Collected".

Flo Y. D. : "i especially like the woodsy hints. How? None there? The scent is nothing."

Cache Vra: Swiss mumbling, understood nothing but was certainly positive.

Nui, Whakaoke teacher from Pattaya: "Top scent, unfortunately no animalik prin but good too."

Polly, chicken hostess: "Bwoack! No, fun, you all probably think I'm just clucking, now I'm talking plain-" "thanks, cluck, back to the studio."
"Hold on!"

Wolle W.: "i especially like the beer chord i added."

Ponticus Pilate: "i sort of wash my hands of it instead of innocence like i used to. It's that great."

Reineke Fuchs(-ear): "see I rather with the lion and bear, am yes more the 80s type. It must properly kümmeln!"
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