Chanel Coco Noir 113660 Eau de Parfum Spray 100 ml

£29.425
FREE Shipping

Chanel Coco Noir 113660 Eau de Parfum Spray 100 ml

Chanel Coco Noir 113660 Eau de Parfum Spray 100 ml

RRP: £58.85
Price: £29.425
£29.425 FREE Shipping

In stock

We accept the following payment methods

Description

She's a little sharper, and the patchouli is more pronounced (I really do love patch, so take my opinions with a large grain of salt). At first, I didn't like it, but when I tried it on myself, it revealed a completely different scent.

In Coco Noir a citrus opening was added, the cloves were moved to the background and the rose takes center stage. This is an all-too-brief and confused medley of Coco, Allure, Chance, Allure Sensuelle and Coco Mademoiselle, which lasts at most about two hours after spraying. Has some aspects in common with Coco Mademoiselle (the same sour patchouli), but it's more green, more sour, juicier and more perfume-y, mixing aspects of old-style perfumery with the simpler scents of the latest decades. The 'Coco Noir' design is photo of the well-known Chanel perfume bottle with a black and white striped straw inside. If you came hoping for something like the original Coco, there is not much overlap, as that is much more ambery and spicy than Coco Noir, but if you were after a more grown-up Coco Mlle, as I was, you will like this.I was wearing it last night in winter cold weather, and the smell got so insanely beautiful and powerful that people did complement it a lot on me. Each of the notes combine to make a very deep and musky perfume, yet you get hits of lovely hints of lighter tones throughout which combine it to be a real winner if you are a fan of deep scents. It resembles both Coco and Coco Mademoiselle while remaining non-commital - the citrus-led floral-patchouli of CM is in there, alongside the spicy amber of Coco, but both facets are diluted. Personally, I think it would be a great first purchase from Chanel because like the reviews mentioned…it’s a perfect combo of coco and mademoiselle.

This to me is so timeless, it effortlessly overachieves and is resides in a class of its own and nothing can take its place dare I say this to me considering the scent alone would be niche. The sillage is big at first spray - once on the chest (while in the restroom at the office) is enough to give you a cloud of Coco Noir - rose and bergamot at beginning, segueing into sandalwood, patchouli, vanilla and barely a hint of tonka. and that was actually my first expensive perfume at that time , coz i was type that be like hell no im not spending that much money on a smell . The reason for Coco Mademoiselle's bestseller status over the years is because it's elegant, tasteful, and very "millennial".A: Chanel Coco Noir was created in 2012, offering a contemporary and modern interpretation of Chanel's fragrance line. Filled with promises, a generous heart gradually reveals the striking sensuality of Rose and the remarkable note of Geranium Rose Leaf. I am pleasantly surprised by Coco Noir, but in my opinion it's more similar to Coco Mademoiselle rather than the original Coco. The patchouli does become more prominent in the very final phases of the scent so if you’re very sensitive to patchouli try a sample and let it fully dry down before making the decision, I’m usually turned off by patchouli but in this it doesn’t bother me at all. If I want a rose and patchouli based scent (which is what my mind categories Coco Noir as) I prefer Juliette Has a Gun Mad Madame.



  • Fruugo ID: 258392218-563234582
  • EAN: 764486781913
  • Sold by: Fruugo

Delivery & Returns

Fruugo

Address: UK
All products: Visit Fruugo Shop