Annick Goutal Songes EDP

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All sales are final, we are a perfume sampling company - letting you try perfume before you invest in a bottle. Unfortunately, we cannot refund any product that you do not like. If you are new to perfume or wanting to break out of wearing the same scent, try our starter sampler packs so that you can find the perfume that works for you.


Annick Goutal Songes was created by Isabelle Doyen and Camille Goutal and released in 2006.  Songes means dream, and it expresses the romance of a poem through fragrance.  Notes of frangipani, tiare, jasmine Sambac, ylang and French vanilla.  Annick Goutal Songes is the EDP eau de parfum.

Review of Annick Goutal Songes 


Bois de Jasmin - "Annick Goutal Songes is appropriately named, because losing oneself in its warm cloud of white jasmine delicately supported by the sweet woods is not unlike being in a dream-like state, when the whole world is submerged in the haze of intense contemplation...If it were a dream, it would absorb one completely into another universe. If it were a vision, it would disarm. As a scent, Songes enchants and comforts in a delightfully seductive manner."

Fragrantica - "Someone opened a topic on the Fragrantica forums, on “vulgar perfumes”.... And someone else mentioned Songes and it’s “sweaty dirty hot crack” and I laughed to myself and I had to agree. My response was “ a languorous, voluptuous, sensually erotic, tangled in my lovers arms after a whole night of sex type of olfactory experience Songes is. I like to wear it to bed fresh out of the shower

Fragrantica: "Songes has a beautiful, heady, white floral opening with jasmine taking centre stage. It feels exotic and tropical thanks to the frangipani, and I smell something akin to tuberose. The opening is like an expensive bouquet of expertly chosen flowers - not headache-inducing, just delicious."