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Number: AC1115 | AC1116

NARCISSE BASE has sweet, narcotic, full-bodied, floral with a rich but subtle animal character.

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(7 Ratings, 3 Reviews) Average Rating:
RRUGGER (New York, NY) 1/13/2020 2:22 PM
Narcisse Base, just as the description says, is a rich base like few others. Capable of standing on its own, it is a wonderful builder for Daffodil or Narcissus accords or formulas, where high impact is desired. I detect the animalic note only on dry-down in a blotter, after about 4 hours, but it's so well worked that it feels as if without it, it would not be the same. It's a very powerful material, a little goes a long way, but punched up with amber and precious woods it blooms and radiates like few other bases do. The same animalic note makes it blend wonderfully with animalic musks and leather.
One of my favs!
FrankieCee (Melbourne, FL) 8/5/2017 12:59 PM
This is by far one of my favorite bases. Jasmin-like only headier, more narcotic and somewhat sweeter, less fruity. There is also an animalic tonality, but not the conventional visceral, or glandular, type, it's more of a living animal type of 'animalic' nuance. Mike Storer had a term for this type of animalic character, he called a 'barnyard' type of odor, which I think describes the character perfectly. It's like a floral type of 'dirty', sort of like the indole-like effect you notice in say para cresyl phenyl acetate. For me, this base complements many floral notes and is just a great general modifier. This is one I get much use out of. I just love it!
Narcotic yet fleeting.
David Goodwin (Madison, WI) 9/20/2016 4:40 PM
A sharp green jasmine/benzyl acetate hits you immediately from this base, but the greenness fades and a full, honeyed, narcotic jasmine-like floral body comes out, slightly nitrogenous. The honeyed notes predominate, into a powdery hay-like dryout with the tiniest urinous quality left. I just wouldn't call this animalic, unless you emphasize such potential with tonquitone or musk r1, et al. It definitely needs to be blended with something that will make it last longer, and in my opinion, something crisp, watery and green.