Stephane Humbert Lucas God of Fire

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Stephane Humbert Lucas Pink Boa is part of the serpten series. Released in 2022, it was created by Stephane Humbert Lucas. It has notes of mango, lemon, ginger, red berries, woody notes, coumarin, jasmine, musk, amber, cypriol oil, nagarmotha and agarwood (oud).  Stephane Humbert Lucas God of Fire is an edp, eau de parfum.

From the brand "God of Fire is inspired from the legend of Xiuhtecuhtli, God of fire, day and light in the Aztec mythology. Creator of all life, he is the mother and father of all Gods. He is the personification of light in the darkness, warmth in coldness and life in death. As a patron of kings and warriors, he is shown carrying a turquoise serpent around him and wearing a crown and ornaments made of a Turquoise blue stones. Symbol of power and wiseness, God of Fire is an exquisite fragrance where fresh and exotic notes hide an outstanding warm character.His incredible strength, leads him to rule the volcanos, his Oud heart burns intensely like a shamanic experience, leaving you regenerated and full of confidence." 

Stephane Humbert Lucas God of Fire reviews 

Fragrantica - "First mango fragrance that I fell in love to. It’s tropical but not too syrupy fruity. Instead, it’s quite fresh and uplifting, which I think it’s because of the lemon and ginger. The mango is so realistic without the sugary and syrupy feel. I tried the Mango Skin from Vilhelm but didn’t like it because the mango in Mango Skin was too sweet, no complexity and not good performance. God of Fire is much much nicer. I never know I would love a fruity fragrance that much. It then revolves to light floral and woody scents while the mango is still lingering. Literally it’s tropical with the elements of wood, floral, fruity and freshness. The Oud base is not prominent at or I would say I barely detect it. I think it’s there to solidify the longevity. Its performance is great. Last 10+ hours on my perfume eating skin and project well for hours. Honestly I would be Ok too if the projection is slightly weaker. One of the greatest discoveries for me this year."

Fragrantica - "to me this is such a juicy mango! I wore it with an orange dress today and felt like the juiciest yummiest mango there was. It is very feminine and sweet on me, the mango note is very realistic but overall its a sweeter fragrance as opposed to a solely photorealistic mango- its more like what mango tastes like than what an unadulterated mango smells like."

Fragrantica - "WORTH THE HYPE!! The current best mango scent in the market. A fresh fruity classic. the perfect summer scent. could last longer but does last longer and projects better than the average fruity perfume. wouldn't class it as a night time or date night scent, unless layered with something more heavy. also it does nottt smell like BR540? are y'all nose blind"

Fragrantica - "Before I bought this I heard a lot of comparisons with Baccarat Rouge 540, especially the dry down. Personally, I don't see it. Everyone's skin is different but on me, God of Fire a sweet, tropical, slightly woody fragrance, the only similarity I could think of with BR540 is the airiness. To me they're very different in the dry down.

Compared to Xerjoff's Cruz Del Sur II, this is definitely more refined, more unique and the mango note lasts a lot longer. To me, the mango in God of Fire is more sweet and almost overripe, in Cruz del Sur II is more fresh and juicy, but it doesn't last as long."

Fragrantica - "Bright lemon, Zingy ginger to add sparkles to a fruity mango and deep red berries, like cranberries. Like straight up mango and red berries juice rather than a smoothie. Not too sweet or sour. For the true mango connoisseurs, who can eat it by just peeling the skin with your fingers and eating the flesh off the pit, the smell of the ripe flesh attached to the skin you discard and the juice all over your hand is what this smells like by the mid. The mango comes to the forefront even more. I’m sure the woody facets (oud and cypriol oil), amber, jasmine musk help ground and refine this fragrance, but this is a mango fragrance through and through."