Notes: Rosemary, lavender, cinnamon, pepper, Indian sandalwood
Pros: Spicy oriental with excellent lasting power. Reminiscent of Jicky but without the vanilla and civet. Has an overall effect of smokey incense.
Cons: A simple fragrance that could be enhanced by a musk or tonka note. I would like it better if it were just a touch sweeter.
Bottleworthy? Though it's a bit pricey, and has a simple composition, I like the mood it creates. That being said, I think I'll hold out for SMN's new Citta di Kyoto.
Where can I buy it? 50ml edp spray $70 at Beautyhabit.com
The Bottom Line: Though it starts off rather sharply with an herbal rosemary note, the lavender soon tempers it and the cinnamon quickly takes center stage. The pepper and sandalwood are surprisingly subtle. This is the perfect scent for those who love spice, or more specifically, cinnamon.
Rating (out of 10): 6.5
Maharadjah is truly a cinnamon-lover's scent. Which cinnamon fragrance is your favorite?