Mizuchi Blackbird

3.75 из 5
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Mizuchi Blackbird

Rated 3.75 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)

Mizuchi Blackbird for women and men of Blackbird

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There’s a familiarity here difficult to place yet strangely close, foreign and yet oddly comforting. Mizuchi transports the wearer into the future through the science of reduction, building an eloquent olfactory phrase with only one note. If you can imagine yourself somewhere between a calligrapher’s inkwell, the pencil shavings on the floor of an architect’s studio, and the faint scent of blueprints, you’re on your way to understanding Mizuchi. That said, Mizuchi truly smells like nothing other than itself. Mizuchi was launched in 2012. The nose behind this fragrance is Eliam Puente.

4 reviews for Mizuchi Blackbird

  1. :

    5 out of 5

    I initially found Blackbird on a quest for a fragrance with notes of ink and paper. I stumbled upon Mizuchi and it is the closest I have come to finding something that really fits what I am looking for. Out of bottle, the scent is subtle – like paper and ink – and it hides quickly on the skin and fades throughout the day. I wish it were more powerful because I really really love the uniqueness and complexity of this scent. Sadly, Blackbird has discontinued this fragrance, but I will continue to wear it and celebrate it to the last drop.

  2. :

    4 out of 5

    Fun, but another ISO E Super bomb. Not as simple and insulting as Pipe Bomb, at least this has the industrial feel to it (think the CDG synthetic series). A unique entry. But at $88/30 ml, can’t they make something that actually performs? This stuff is so fleeting. If it performed better or was $30 for 30 ml, I’d say give it a shot as a novelty.
    Oh, and Blackbird scents have by far the strongest alcohol smell in the top that I’ve experienced.

  3. :

    3 out of 5

    I was very intrigued by the description of this scent, pencil shavings and ink and an architect’s studio, and all that. I will say this is very warm, pleasing fragrance. I do get a LITTLE of the ink notes when it’s wet, but it quickly tried down into a woody fragrance. I will say the woodiness is the most dominating scent on my skin, and it’s not really “pencil savings” or “paper” as much as a spicy, aromatic wood (perhaps that’s the tobacco?). That being said, there is something unique about the woodiness that’s hard to pinpoint, so I don’t want to sell it short. It’s really quite handsome. I don’t often find myself saying this, but with this scent I almost DO wish it had a heavier sillage. It’s just so warm and sexy, and I feel like I have to practically hold my wrist an inch from my nose to experience it. This would be perfect for someone who wants a masc, woody scent with a soft sillage. 7/10 for me.

  4. :

    3 out of 5

    To be honest most of the blackbird scents are underwhelming however three of them really impressed me, and Mizuchi was one of the best.
    It’s another futuristic pseudo-ink thing. I can imagine it fitting right in with some CDG’s. Opens up with a turpentiney pine note with a strong blast of astringent almost-sour printer ink. It sort of has a strange artificial sweetness that makes it smell like some kind of noxious chemical that you shouldn’t be smelling but you can’t stop. The closest point of reference would be CDG’s Hinoki, smoothed and thinned out, and then blended with the same slightly creepy ink note from Meo Fusciumi’s Notturno. This one also lasts about as long as both of those, which is to say not very much. It’s a quiet, fleeting moment of dystopian energy.
    This is somewhat of an obscure reference point, but if you’ve ever been to EPCOT in Orlando and ridden Test Track (back before they turned it into a cheap Tron-themed mess), there was a section in the ride where the car youre in gets “environmentally tested”. You drive through a room where robot arms spray “acid” on you to see whether or not the car will be able to withstand acid rain. If my memory serves right, the scent of that room was extremely similar to Mizuchi. Its slightly acidic inky and chemically but also weirdly piney and masculine. I loved that part of the ride and I love this fragrance. If it performed better I would pick up a bottle. It’s a pretty good price as well so do not hesitate to check it out if you’re a fan of strange “futuristic” avant garde scents.

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