Zara x Jo Loves Parfait D'Orchidee

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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.


Parfait D’Orchidee is part of the Jo Malone Silent Flowers Collection which debuted in 2023. It captures the essence of a summer’s day on the Australian coast. The bright aroma of vanilla orchid blossom wrapped in a bouquet of velveted flowers and vibrant spices will carry you away on a voyage to lush, glistening beaches. Ambergris adds a rich texture, like the last warm rays of a summer’s day. Parfait D’Orchidee features top notes of SFE incense, jasmine petals and ginger; middle notes of iris, benzoin and Siam resin; and base notes of vanilla, white musk and ambergris. It is a parfum.


Fragrantica: The 3 of 5 in this collection are great examples of how violet/iris can go different directions during a perfumer's creative process. Balade Figuier and Petale d'Ambre have clear connections (on citrus-petitgrain department), just like Parfait d'Orchidee, Romance d'Iris and Brulant Violette do within violet/iris department. Parfait d'Orchidee is surely a violet-benzoin-vanilla-musk fragrance, think of Prada Candy. There is seemingly a mistake on Fragrantica, listing "Siam" as a separate note, but I assume editor's error because "Benzoin Siam resin oil", as a geo-indicator to the scent profile (Siam, Thailand) is one of the most common and preferred benzoin varieties in perfumery. Just like Vetiver Haiti, Vetiver Sri Lanka, Vetiver Java etc. The balsamic, almost slightly burnt vanilla pod note of benzoin and vanilla provides a nice warmth to otherwise a familiar violet-musk blend. There's a slight hue of jasmine as well. This is a very likeable scent, this collection is quite the hit honestly.

Fragrantica: To me, this smells like a Valentine’s Day heart shaped powdery candy that says “be mine”. Like if Dior Hypnotic Poison had a lighter sister. It’s nice, not great.

Fragrantica: This smells like the discontinued Ispahan by Yves Rocher. Spicy yellow floral. I detect cloves, mimosa, ylang-ylang. If you know that someone you love used to wear those vintage (Habanita type) of perfumes, please get them this for Christmas.

Fragrantica: Most of Zara’s fragrances smell synthetic to me. This is not synthetic to my nose. It’s well blended. It’s not as heavy as the notes seem to be. To my nose this is a creamy amber-ish vanilla. 

Fragrantica: It's quite silent indeed. I don't know if I think of orchids when I smell this, but I definitely get jasmine with a whiff of incense. Very soft, close to the skin, and sweet. Reminds me of beige cashmere sweaters, and chilling at home sipping green tea.