Swoon Neil Morris

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Swoon Neil Morris

Rated 4.33 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)

Swoon Neil Morris for women and men of Neil Morris



Swoon by Neil Morris is a Chypre Floral fragrance for women and men. The nose behind this fragrance is Neil Morris. Top notes are orange and fruity notes; middle notes are tomato leaf, jasmine sambac, peony, honeysuckle, narcissus, green notes and black tea; base notes are oakmoss, agarwood (oud), civet, musk and patchouli.

3 reviews for Swoon Neil Morris

  1. :

    5 out of 5

    key words would be as follows
    green, animalic and soapy
    think this might perform better when the temperatures are slightly above 20C (first testing). Then the drydown was something that made me think about exploring the fragrance more, being soft and inviting.
    Now that it’s autumn and below 20C, I find that the greener muskier soapy facet is showing more.

  2. :

    3 out of 5

    Vintage animalic & modern natural peony soap.
    I really wonder who voted on the notes above! There isn’t any green notes! it’s peony, soap, orange, yuzu, honey, oakmoss, civit, & narcissus.
    It starts vintage animalic with doses of civit, honey, and oakmoss just like “La Nuit” by Paco Rabanne with it’s vintage look, structure, and smell, then goes quite soapy floral, citrus, and musky like “Pure Mariposa” by Ramon Monegal but minus the sweetness of figs & within a vintage structure, and then it whiffs and swings around between Ramon, & Paco.
    To be honest, i was expecting more of this fragrance since it is inspired by the last fragrance Jean-Baptiste created in movie “Perfume: The Story of a Murderer”! i expected something more complex, something more animalic like “Salome” by Papillon blended with “Sex & the sea” by Francesca Bianchi & crushed underneath “Scent of Hope” by DSH mixed with “Odor 93” by Meo Fusciuni for instance! “Swoon” could be one of the 12 perfumes Jean-Baptiste created but not the 13th! i believe if he added some hints of dates, satin, henna, and tobacco it would have changed the scene and twist it to meet the 13th perfume.
    Now i don’t mean that this fragrance is bad or something, it is quite good and impressive but doesn’t meet the last scene of that movie! ironically, when i wore this fragrance, my dad asked me “Are you wearing Santos by Cartier”!
    After all, it is a great fragrance and is impressive for heavy vintage lovers.

  3. :

    5 out of 5

    This is inspired by Perfume: The Story of a Murderer; in particular the orgy scene, in which Neil Morris tries to capture what the people are experiencing… Can’t wait to try this!

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