The Scented Hound

Abbreviated perfume & fragrance reviews from one man's perspective

Omniscient Eau de Parfum by Yosh

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I just received a collection of samples yesterday, so I will be having fun in the next couple of weeks testing some new scents.  Not choosing any one in particular, the first item that I grabbed turned out to be Yosh’s Omniscient.  The color of the perfume is a beautiful and deep amber color.  I was excited to test this scent!  It first goes on very spicy, but then the gardenia in the scent really comes out.  I find this very warm, but as the day goes on, it becomes very floral.  This is considered a unisex perfume, but I have to say that it really leans towards the feminine.  It really does have lasting power and a little goes a long way.   Omniscient is part of Yosh’s Evanescent collection.  I’d be very interested in seeing what else is part of the collection.  Bottom line on this is that it is a lovely scent.  However, I think it better serves the female gender.

From the Yosh website:

Pink pepper gives this classic scent a light, ethereal quality.  Yet its spicy and robust. Both men and women who wear this fragrance comment on its magnetic quality.

Ingredients:  Gardenia, Egyptian Tuberose, Fig, Lilac, Violet, Kush, Tunisian Opium, Vanilla, Sandalwood, Basil, Clove and Geranium

  • Bone Rating:   3 out of 5 possible bones
  • Scent:  warm, flowery, feminine
  • Classification:  Considered unisex, but leans feminine
  • Expense:   Moderately expensive – $110 for 50ml

 

Author: The Scented Hound

Just a normal guy with the nose of a beagle!

One thought on “Omniscient Eau de Parfum by Yosh

  1. Pingback: YOSH Omniscent .96 EDP Perfume Review | EauMG

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