Poesie Madar Water-Based Mist

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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.


Be transported to your Persian childhood (even if it only existed in your dreams). The most comforting, creamy rice note along with the happiest orange flower accord. Exquisite spices and don't forget those delectable sugared pistachios. With notes of comforting, creamy Basmati rice pudding flavored with orange flower water, saffron, cinnamon, cardamom, and dried rose petals and then piled high with sugared pistachios.


Fragrantica: Cardamon is dominant. There is a milkiness at first. But the spices take over like in a smooth pudding. Saffron is second in line. Then the faint taste of cinnamon, not overpowering or spicy. A little blend of rose and floral swirling, like rosewater in Middle Eastern sweets. Very pretty in a gourmand oriental manner.

Fragrantica: Soft, creamy, and so delicious! This fragrance smells like cardamom rice pudding with a hint of cinnamon and rosewater in the background. I absolutely love it! It’s like a warm hug.

Fragrantica: I'll make a more clear breakdown of specific notes later, but this is lovely. The rice pudding note is strong throughout the whole run, but there is still a really neat evolution of scent. Starts off pretty floral, lots of orange flower and rose. I'd actually hesitate to even call it a gourmand at first, although the 'rice just off the cooker' and the hint of vanilla is still there - I think the floral dominates. Dies down to a warm spicy vanilla, when the 'pudding' part of 'rice pudding' becomes much stronger and creamer, and you can definitely get the cinnamon and cardamom. Pretty and versatile. The floral makes this appropriate for spring or very cool summer nights, the spiced vanilla makes it work for winter and fall.

Fragrantica: Milky, custardy pudding delicately spiced with cardamom's weirdness and melancholic orange blossom water and kooky sugared pistachios, and damn if this isn't a low-key melodramatic goth rice pudding on its way to a Cure concert.

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