Coco Noir by Chanel. To be honest, with the amount of patchouli in this, I didn't think I would like it at all. I didn't like the original Coco, or Coco Mademoiselle (which is lovely on my sister, but not on me), so I didn't expect much. But there's nothing like a Chanel fragrance, and this is one of the sexiest. It absolutely blew me away.
Two kinds of roses – opulent and deep Turkish rose and rose Prelude with pure, greenish aroma – open the composition. In the heart, the fruity notes of blackberry are softened with delicate violet and jasmine trace. Sandalwood and patchouli make a lingering and sensual drydown. The fragrance was created by Beatrice Piquet in 2006.
Tom Ford ● Black Orchid. Sensuous top notes of Black Truffle and Ylang mingled with fresh Bergamot and delectable Black Currant. Dramatic middle notes of dark, tempting Florals and rich Fruit Accords. The heart is deepened with intoxicating Lotus Wood. Decadent base notes of Patchouli, Incense and Vetiver. Vanilla Tears add a fluid of creaminess to warm Balsam and smooth Sandalwood.