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House of Matriarch Sacre Noir

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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.

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Sacre Noir is a forest/holiday fragrance with sparkling gourmand nuances. It features top notes of golden oranges, snowy evergreens and spiced sugarplums; middle notes of cypress, oakwood, mastic, red rose, holly (natural fantasy accord of heather, laurel, bay, myrtle and juniper); and base notes of agarwood, Peru balsam, black copal, oakmoss, Boswellia Neglecta incense (extremely rare) and forest floor. Sacre Noir is 99.5% natural and was released in 2017. It is an extrait de parfum.

Created by founder and perfumer Christi Meshell, House of Matriarch's fragrances are made using the highest quality, certified kosher, natural ethanol distilled in Washington (from organic apples and grapes) so they will continue to smell better and better with time. Halal approved. 

HOUSE OF MATRIARCH SACRE NOIR REVIEWS

Fragrantica: A lovely approximation of holly, cider and mulled spices. This fragrance starts out green, spicy and fruity and opens quickly to the 'sugarplum' note, which is a mix of plum, sugar, and red berries with the piney greens and bay still humming in the background. Moderately sweet. Indeed it's Christmassy, and with excellent staying power, one of Christi's best that I've experienced in terms of longevity. I definitely smell wafts of this on myself all during the day and it seems like a great autumnal fragrance too. I don't get any incense though. It must be deep in the blend somewhere. 

Fragrantica: This is very much Christmas in a bottle. It’s quite a feat that Christi has managed to make a personal fragrance that encompasses all aspects of the winter holidays without smelling like an air freshener or candle. The components of this perfume are all very familiar this time of year but here they are blended so perfectly and with such balance that a real thing of beauty has been created. Projection is strong for the first 15 minutes or so, then only radiating a foot or so off the body for the next couple of hours, then settling down to a skin scent which lingers for 8 to 10 hours.

Fragrantica: Sacre Noir is one of my new favorite fragrances. I've been wearing it now for about the last three or four months and had to pull the trigger because it is so beautiful. Fir resin is my favorite note in the world. It is here mingled with the sugar plum and the orange. Christmas spices and cypress, as well as juniper, frankincense, laurel and a myriad of other notes that produces one of the most enjoyable fragrances I've worn to date. I hope to always have a bottle of Sacre Noir in my collection. 

Fragrantica: If you love the experience of a aeromatic forest woody experience with spicy resins and sugarplums.... It doesn't get much more holiday than this. It's excellent.

Fragrantica: This is the newest bottle I bought for my collection. Love this one, I get a photorealistic dark green holly accord. Amazing, very dark green and life-like. That accord lasts a long time in the dry down, but is combined with warm spiced resins and dried fruit, with a natural air of incense. The spiced dried fruits and sticky resins remind me a little of mince pies at Christmas time, it's really cozy and lovely, and in combination with the dark green holly is beautifully done, not too sweet, not too spicy, just perfectly balanced!! On my skin it's around 6 hours, but I can smell it faintly as a skin scent 24 hours later.

 

 

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  • Helen - 21st Jan 2022

    3
    Too much plum and little else.

    A slight incense, and there you have it. Poor performance. I smell reformulation! For something truly Christmasy, definitely get yourself a bottle of the original Pineward Christmas Wine! If it’s stewed cranberry compote you’re after, there’s the 2021 Winter batch, which I’m not crazy about.

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  • Helen - 21st Jan 2022

    3
    Too much plum and little else.

    A slight incense, and there you have it. Poor performance. I smell reformulation! For something truly Christmasy, definitely get yourself a bottle of the original Pineward Christmas Wine! If it’s stewed cranberry compote you’re after, there’s the 2021 Winter batch, which I’m not crazy about.

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