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Now this is as familiar to me as the Jicky I remember from the '70's, but somehow with a harsher lavender opening, which thankfully dies down to a wonderful aromatic citrus with a wash of sandalwood. I read here that it was originally sold to both men and women in Aimé Guerlain’s day, and, so the legend goes, the men wearing Jicky, after frequenting brothels so to speak, “passed the fragrance on” to the ladies working there, not sure if this is just folklore though. This should really be listed on Fragrantica as a unisex fragrance. this gives off an acidic-ness that you get in your throat when you are sick... but it's a stretch and certainly wasn't unpleasant like vomit. You're first met with a fresh citrusy, bergamot wave of lavender which is just so lovely and fit for spring.

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'still good' I received this perfume yesterday and was so excited to wear it, especially since the bottle is so beautiful! I then layered with Chant D'Aromes EDT and later Vol de Nuit EDT. In this way it seems like a precursor to the expressionist movement that was soon to follow in Germany and France, while maintaining an Art Nouveau feel.I know it's not Oriental, but I can hear Scheherazade playing in the background. Leave the ladies of the 21st century with their grapefruit and atomic fanny fart scents, this could be our own unique 21st century statement of laidback yet refined manliness! :) If antiques, old movies, books, etc make you happy... Put it on and enjoy the moment of being transformed. Then there is leather, amber, spice and a deep vanilla.Beautiful and elegant and quite reminiscent of the version available in the '70s. WAIT...started to develop....patience,patience...blending with my chemistry.........something is there that is very different from anything I have smelled before...interestingly good. I get lavander "light" after it settles,cannot figure out where the other notes fit in... But seriously, I can think of so many contexts for using this scent: Chilling in my house during a summer afternoon. A date scent (with a lady I’ve gone out with at least twice, not apt for a first date I think): A contemporary office scent: A sensual post-amatory, lying in bed together scent; Could possibly be used as a “couple scent”, with the two of them wearing it, a cute idea. It's safe to say that Jicky is related to Shalimar. Shalimar is still lost to the past, too powdery and loud, but Jicky feels new.I don't know whether is't the vintage version or not. I still love Jicky, but perhaps I prematurely bought a back up 100ml EDP? I have to somewhat agree with him that it did smell pungent like bad breath (and I could TASTE it! The drydown of Jicky feels like a fresher, sportier Shalimar, yet not Shalimar. Honestly, back then, I was not very impressed, and like I have said many times on this forum, time always tell a different story.To me it's the typical refined, slightly powdery and resheshing Guerlainade scent which is also present in the Shalimar family (of which I have a few), but more herbal and androgynous because of the lavender, rosemary and basil. My husband comes home and says WTF STINKS UP HERE?! ) but that isn't how Jicky is normally, and it's not a super nasty smell IMO and I can tolerate it. The current Eau the parfum maintains some of my recollections, and there is a common point: silage and longevity are not the best. my nose immediately detects a very herbal lavander in the opening, immediately followed by the vanilla and a very subtle sandalwood.I feel this definitely suited for men aswell ,the sharp vetiver ,the rose arising from the shadows ,the herby aromatic aroma ! Jicky is so far removed from today's generic tank of aroma-chemicals, Jicky smells true.