Fantome Kuidaore is part of the Japan Collection and has notes of Fried pastry dough, fluffy vanilla cream filling, and a light dusting of matcha powder. From the brand - "The sweet smell of fried, matcha-dusted pastries permeates the narrow, colorful, neon-lit alleyways of Dotonbori—Osaka's bizarre and whimsical food district. In Osaka, "kuidaore" is a playful phrase that literally means "to eat oneself into ruin," but it characterizes the self-indulgent, food-loving experience that is quintessential to Japan's sometimes gruff, but most eclectic city."
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Reddit - "Deep fried pastry dough, with scatterings of bitter matcha. The scent of the dough is so strong and so delicious. It's oily (if that makes sense) in the way that it just smells so fresh, like the pastry has been taken straight out of the fryer. I literally want to eat myself whenever I wear this. It's the most edible scent I own and makes me debate wanting to buy a FS because every time I wear it I crave matcha donuts"
Yuzu's Vanity - "The 'baked goods' scent is interesting, it's both whipped cream in spades, a touch of vanilla custard, yet there's something bitter that drifts around the cream puff scent. It's a touch of bitterness, but it's only the barest dusting of matcha that makes me wonder if I've even smelt it. If Kuidaore was a scene in Dontonbori, you'd be standing outside the cream puff store, wafting clouds of butter, pastry, vanilla, and only the barest hint of green tea from the matcha store across the street. It feels more like a soft breath of matcha powder, but then it starts to turns slightly strange. There's something that I can only describe as 'motor oil' esque, a bitter, gas note."
Reddit - "I am hit with notes of an intensely creamy sweet cream, it reminds me of the filling used in Japanese and Korean bakeries. The scent is very faint.I get , strangely, a tinge of spice. As time drifts by, the creamy note intensifies and the spice note melts away. The cream now smells kind of custardy, the sweet cream note reemerges.."
Reddit - "This smells just like a freshly-fried donut with a rich pudding-like vanilla filling. I don't really pick up the matcha, unfortunately. I do like that this is an outdoor gourmand - it reminds me of funnel cakes at the carnival or walking down the street past a donut shop. It's a really nice, warm-weather vanilla with good longevity. "